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Men Charged In Prohibited Acts With Dogs

Florida man caught ‘humping’ dog, officials say | PLUS: Domestic violence crimes have skyrocketed during COVID.

MILTON, Fla. (WKRG) — A Milton man is charged with battery, aggravated assault, and criminal mischief.

John Miller, 33, was caught “humping” a dog when the owner confronted him.

The complainant said Miller destroyed items in the house and the garage door. He said Miller also grabbed a knife threatening to kill him.

Miller is in the Santa Rosa County Jail with a $7,000 bond … READ MORE. 

Alabama man accused of sex with 2 dogs, killing one after intercourse

By Carol Robinson, Nov. 18, 2021

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AL.COM – Ronald Clayton Gilbert III, 32, is charged with bestiality and aggravated animal abuse.

On the bestiality charge, Gilbert is accused of having sexual intercourse with two different dogs.

In one of the instances, charging documents state, Gilbert took one of the dogs out into the woods and kicked the dog to death. That act led to the aggravated animal abuse charge.

Gilbert was booked into the Bibb County Jail on Nov. 5 and remained held Thursday on bonds totaling $10,000. 

District Attorney Michael Jackson said more arrests in the case are expected …

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Domestic violence cases surge during pandemic

Nov 4, 2021, Joy M. Tyler The Star Democrat, EASTON, MD – It’s a scourge upon the earth — incidents of domestic violence crimes have skyrocketed during COVID.

From the famous to the everyday person, the pandemic has wrecked havoc for many families and couples, and it’s not hard to understand why.

Factors such as increased unemployment for men, pronounced financial insecurity, partners being confined at home for long periods of time, poor coping mechanisms and increased drug and alcohol use have all played a significant role.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, domestic violence is physical violence, sexual violence, stalking or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse.

I want to add in financial abuse also is part of domestic violence. It’s one of the top reasons that victims don’t leave their abuser.

This crime is not limited to traditional families/partnerships, as the numbers have also increased in LGBTQ communities. No one is immune regardless of social status, income or race, although women of color suffer from domestic violence at a higher rate than their white counterparts.

This past month alone, headlines from around the world show this disturbing trend is not unique to the United States. In Kenya, two-time World Championship bronze medalist Agnes Tirop was allegedly stabbed to death by her husband.

The famous are no different. Rap star Tyga was arrested for felony domestic violence following an altercation with his ex-girlfriend at his Bel-Air mansion.

A young attorney in Atlanta, Ga. named Courtney Cox was allegedly killed by the man she was dating. Locally, 39-year-old Roshanda S. Willis of Cambridge was allegedly beaten to death by her boyfriend because of financial problems, following a history of domestic abuse … READ MORE. 

 

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