Convicted Sex Offender Sentenced: Up To 15 Years In Prison For BESTIALITY

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“At last, a Judge who actually cares enough about animals, to use the powers given to him; to encaserate this sick bxxxxxd!! Lets just hope Judge Timothy Hicks, uses his  influence & balls, to put this depraved repugnant pig, who is a fourth time offender; behind bars for the maximum number of years possible! This is yet another case which points out the obvious…these rancorous reprobates, can’t be cured, don’t want to be cured & will re-offended; given the opportunity…so judges should be making sure these repulsive sickos are not given the convenience to re-offend so easily!! 

Animals do not have a voice, they cannot give consent before a human has sex with them; therefore it is rape! Raping an animal is yet another valid reason, why every state & city should be setting up Animal Abuse Registers! Just as Peodophile Registers are used, police can cross reference names & keep tabs on animal rapists, abusers etc. Animal charities such as the ASPCA, RSPCA etc. can use the Register to check names of job applicants or before adopting out animals. History has proven many times, that some offenders start a life of crime by abusing or raping animals, then turn predator to human victims. So…FFS…what more proof do the powers that be need; before they get Animal Abuse Registers implemented ASAP??

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  • Kurtis Peterson, 37, was caught by a friend having sex with a blue heeler and a pit bull in April and June 2012
  • Told a detective he was ‘just playing’ with blue heeler when he became aroused
  • Peterson was convicted in 1996 of criminal sexual conduct  

A convicted sex offender from Michigan has been sentenced to one-to-15 years in a state prison for repeatedly having sex with dogs

Mental case: Both the judge and Peterson’s attorney have agreed that the 37-year-old has serious mental issues, but he was sane during the incidents and competent to stand trial Crime against nature: Kurtis Peterson, 37, was sentenced to one to 15 years in state prison for repeatedly having sex with dogs

Kurtis Peterson learned his fate on Monday when Judge Timothy Hicks went above state sentencing guidelines to keep the repeat offender in a controlled environment to prevent him from re-offending.

Under state guidelines, Peterson would have been sentenced to time in a county jail and probation, but because he had already served 321 days behind bars, Peterson would have been released almost immediately.

Silent victims

The 37-year-old Muskegon man pleaded no contest last March to ‘the abominable and detestable crime against nature,’ also known as sodomy or bestiality, and charged as a fourth-time habitual offender.

Peterson’s attorney, Belinda Barbier, said in court that her client has serious mental health issues that require long-term counseling, and the judge agreed that the defendant has ‘pretty low cognitive ability.’  

However, experts at the Michigan Center for Forensic Psychiatry earlier examined Peterson and determined that he was sane while sexually abusing the animals, and he was competent to stand trial.

The first incident involving Peterson took place April 2010 at his apartment at 230 Amity Avenue in Muskegon when he was caught kneeling naked behind his blue heeler on his bed, having sex with the pet, according to testimony by an eyewitness cited by 

In early June, the same witness said she walked in on a naked Peterson apparently having sex with a white pit bull on the floor of his living room. The 37-year-old man was arrested a short time after the second incident.

Silent victims

Testifying at a preliminary hearing about the April incident, the witness, Joyce Yeaw, said Peterson told her he was ‘just hugging his dog,‘ but the woman said it looked like a lot more than an embrace between an owner and his pooch.

Yeaw testified that she and a friend stopped by Peterson’s home to return car keys they had borrowed from his roommate when they caught him in the act. She said she called 911, but no arrest was made until June. 

‘He was having sex with the dog,’ Yeaw said in court at the time. ‘It was disgusting.

Muskegon police detective Peter Boterenbrood, who interviewed Peterson after the June incident, said that Peterson told him he was ‘just playing with the dog’ in April, but he became sexually aroused from accidental contact with the animal’s rear.

Court records show that Peterson was convicted of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct in 1996 in Allegan County, and in 2010 for carrying a concealed weapon and making a false report of a felony.

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Muskegon man charged with felony for allegedly sexually assaulting two dogs

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MUSKEGON, MIA 36-year-old Muskegon man has been charged with a felony for allegedly sexually assaulting two dogs that were living in his home, police said.

Kurtis Peter Peterson has been arraigned in Muskegon County 60th District Court on one count of crime against nature, or sodomy, a felony punishable up to 15 years in prison.

The charge is also known as bestiality.

However, Peterson is a fourth-time habitual offender, so he could potentially get life in prison if convicted.

A judge set his bond at $250,000. A preliminary examination is slated for June 20.

Police say Peterson sexually stimulated a pit bull belonging to his roommate at his home in the 200 block of Amity Street, where he also allegedly sexually penetrated his own blue heeler dog.

According to the police report, the most recent incident involving the blue heeler occurred around 10:30 a.m. on Monday at the man’s home.

It was allegedly witnessed by someone who had been in his home at the time as she passed his bedroom doorway and noticed the man naked on his bed apparently having sex with the animal, police said.

The man later told police that, while he was naked, he was only petting the dog. He has denied having sexual intercourse or sexually assaulting the dogs, police said.

Police say Peterson has also been witnessed sexually pleasuring the pit bull in the same home and allowed one of the dogs to pleasure him as well when he stepped out of the shower.

One of the dogs remain with Peterson’s roommate in the home. The other dog has since been removed, police said.

Peterson’s case is eerily similar to an incident involving a Muskegon man who was convicted of digitally penetrating his dog.

Jose Antonio Sanchez, then 59, was sentenced to prison in 2011 for 17 months to 22 1/2 years for one count of sodomy involving his boxer-mix dog.

The 2 ½- year-old 60-pound female dog in that case was examined by a veterinarian, who confirmed a sexual assault had taken place.

The dog, then known as “White Dog,” was later renamed Stella after she was taken in by Pound Buddies Rescue, authorities said.

Sanchez during a meeting with his parole officer in 2010 admitted the sexual assault, which he said happened at his home in the 200 block of East Grand Avenue. The incident was then reported to police.

Authorities later learned that Sanchez was abused as a child — including abuse that involved someone using a dog to sodomize Sanchez.

Meanwhile, authorities say Peterson has a criminal history.

According to the court file, Peterson was convicted of attempted fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct in Allegan County in 1996. In 2010 he was convicted of carrying of concealed weapon in Muskegon County and making a false report of a felony.

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Pit bull shot and killed after it charges resident, bites Muskegon Police officer

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MUSKEGON, MI – An unlicensed pit bull that attacked a Muskegon resident early Wednesday and then bit a city police officer was shot and killed by another officer.

It was the third pit bull since Aprilthat was shot by a Muskegon Police officer, who have been responding to a high number of loose dog calls this year.

The incident Wednesday began around 6:40 a.m. when a Muskegon resident living in the 1800 block of Dyson Street was attempting to walk to his vehicle to go to work.

A male, white and black pit bull charged the man who grabbed a metal pole leaning against his house to force the dog back. The dog tried to charge the man again, so the man retreated inside and called police, authorities said.

Muskegon County Vector Control, which handles animal complaints, does not respond to calls at that hour, police said.

Two Muskegon Police officers then responded to the Dyson Street address and attempted to get a noose around the dog. But the dog barked and growled, police said.

The officers went through the house in an attempt to get closer to the dog, but the dog wouldn’t let up and continued to threaten the officers, police said.

At that point, one of the officers used pepper spray to control the dog, but the dog then charged one of the officers and bit him in the leg, tearing his uniform pants.

The bite wasn’t serious to break the officer’s skin, police said, but it was clear the dog wasn’t going to back down.

The other officer at the scene then fired one round into the dog’s chest, police said, killing the dog instantly.

As of early Thursday morning, an owner of the dog had not yet come forward. The officers Wednesday attempted to locate the owner, without success. The dog did not have tags on.

The man initially attacked near his Dyson Street home said he hadn’t seen the dog in that part of the neighborhood before, police said.

Authorities say they have had an increase in loose dog calls recently in the city of Muskegon.

Dogs that aren’t tied up or locked inside a home pose a risk to the public and police officers who have to respond to the calls, authorities said.

Per the city’s animal ordinance, a pit bull is considering a dangerous animal and has to be properly secured or the owner could be cited.

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