Couple who used Craigslist to solicit a dog for sex AVOID prison sentence (but are banned from owning animals)

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“Can I firstly just say, all the stories I’m posting are back logs, due to hospital, pain etc. I am not looking for bestiality stories, I already have several drafts on the subject, that just happen to be one after the other. I also hope I am not offending people, but this won’t stop unless the worlds unites as one, stand up & say’s enough is enough!!”

“WTF…I don’t know why they bother taking these cases to court if they are only going to get probation…what a waste of tax payers money…those who perform acts of sodomy, bestiality etc…are probably laughing at this sentence…quite rightly…it’s a joke!”

“This is one sick pair of parents; I really feel for their kids…I can just imagine the other kids picking on them! I feel embarrassed for them & any members of their family who are decent upstanding members of the community!  However, the accused obviously didn’t give a flying fig for anyone but themselves, when they were trying to find a dog to have sex with.”

“Seriously I would question whether they are fit to care for their children? an open marriage…disgusting thoughts of bestiality (or beastiality as one would say in the states) etc. They can’t be watched 24/7…what goes on behind closed doors, nobody knows, & this definitely goes on behind closed doors. Which is why there can’t be any guarantee on statistics that have been done over the years, for every case caught, there will be another 10+ behind those closed doors! 

“What sort of deterrent is bloody probation? It’s just a word meaning ‘ now be good boy’s & girls for 24 months, then you can go back to looking for another victim to molest’ It’s ridiculous, no wonder she has a smug look on her face…boy would I like to wipe it off…the rest of you can get in line! God there is so much more I want to say about people like this…but I would like to keep this blog going. Although, I hope you can imagine what is going on in my head & some of the things I would like to say!”

  • Sarah Dae Walker sentenced to 24 months of probation on conspiracy to commit bestiality with husband Shane Walker sentenced to 18 months on same charge
  • Couple advertised for a dog for her to have sex with saying ‘wife looking for K9’
  • Shane and wife’s lover planned to watch as Sarah had sex with the Golden Shepherd cross-breed, police say

Sentenced: Sarah Dae Walker, 33, and her husband Shane Walker, 38, were sentenced to supervised probation and ordered to stay away from animals after soliciting a dog for sex in June

A couple who pleaded guilty to using Craigslist to find a dog for the wife to have sex with has been sentenced to probation in a twisted case of bestiality.

Shane Walker, 38, and his wife Sarah Dae Walker, 33, of San Tan Valley, Arizona appeared in court on Thursday to face charges of conspiracy to commit bestiality after soliciting an undercover deputy for the use of his golden shepherd in June.

The couple, who had an admitted open marriage, were arrested alongside the wife’s lover Robert Aucker, 26, after the trio made plans to meet with the dog and its owner at a Mesa Quality Inn.

Sarah Walker was sentenced to 24 months of supervised probation with her husband ordered 18 months under the same beastiality charge. “Pathetic, this pair will be at it again as soon as they can..but next time they will be more careful…this sentence definitely isn’t going to them!”

Both are also prohibited from owning or caring for any animals. “Suppose we should be grateful for that, they going to watch them 24/7? Now if their names were on an Animal Abuse Register, which shelters could check, before handing over pets to anyone…some of these animal crimes could have been averted! It would contain all the details the Sex Offender list would have, so it would be easy to implement, just change the title & get it put in shelters, pounds, sanctuary’s…anywhere that animals are passed to the public.!”

Mr Walker, who was a flight attendant at the time of his arrest, expressed his grief over the incident that he says caused him to lose his job and has laid a sheet of embarrassment on his family. “Good, its the best thing to come out of this…I hope you can never walk down the road without people calling you a sadistic pervert! I hope the whole town you live in, sends you to Coventry…they needn’t bother moving either, because they will still be recognised…why do you think I add pictures of reprobates on this blog…so the whole world will know who you are & see you for what you are truly like…obscene, rancorous & vile reprobates! “

‘If I could turn back time, I wish I could, I can’t so I’m trying to move forward in my life,’ he told the judge according to KPHO.

Smug looking bitch, I would so like to wipe that smile off her face!

His wife offered her own apology saying the embarrassment alone has rocked her.”It’s called Karma & I hope it sticks to you like shit to the side-walk (excuse my French)!”

‘I think about my children every day. That is why I’m here. That is why I’m alive,’ she said.“What an embarrassment you are for those poor kids, they will get picked on for your wrong doing…didn’t stop to think about it though, too interested in abusing animals for her own selfish pleasure & that of those watching…I hope your kids want to divorce you, I bloody would if you were my parents!”

Mr Walker told the judge that his wife checked into a behavioural institute right after their arrest. “If a parent has to be admitted into such a clinic, one has to question, should they have access to children? After all, most monsters who are into bestiality; end up having a life of crime, abusing children being one of those crimes!”.

Caught: The wife’s lover Robert Aucker, 26, (pictured) was arrested alongside the couple who expected to find the dog advertised, right, in the hotel room

The Walkers posted a Craigslist ad on February 7 titled, ‘Wife looking for K9’, according to Maricopa County Superior Court records.

During a number of email exchanges between the couple and the detective, Dae offered sexual favors and they agreed to meet at the Quality Inn in Mesa, which is where they were arrested.

Court records state that Dae, a photographer, admitted to detectives she told both her husband and Aucker she wanted a dog to have sex with her. “SICK”

The trio had been hoping to meet the owner of a Golden Shepherd having spent three weeks corresponding with her over the use of the dog. “The dog is a living sentient being with feelings, they didn’t stop to think about the trauma the poor thing would face, nor the damage. My God, imagine if they had their own family dog, I dread to think about that scenario! Cases like this prove we need Animal Abuse Registers, to run alongside the Sex Offenders List. Shelters need to know that any animal going out the door is going to a loving family who will only treat it as a dog!”

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said: ‘People who do this for enjoyment are a different breed, that’s for certain.“Totally agree with him, they are borderline nefarious, vile & depraved, Jail is too good for them!”

Arpaio, who is known as the toughest sheriff in America over his stand against illegal immigration, said the Walkers had described themselves as ‘swingers’.

According to the arrest report Aucker said he had been involved with Dae for a month and she had expressed her desire to have sex with a dog.

Expected to find dog in hotel

Last year Sheriff Arpaio wrote to Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster after the arrest of two people for using the website to solicit dogs for sex.

Arpaio asked for closer monitoring of the site, but said after the latest arrest: ‘I remain extremely disappointed in the leadership at for refusing to do what they can to stop this.

‘While they aren’t doing anything to stop it, I will continue to enforce all animal cruelty laws.’ “WE need one of him in every state, Town & Country. Someone who believes in firm punishment, not a weak slap on the wrist. 

“Seriously, what good is probation going to do?

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Man Arrested In Abuse That Cost Puppy A Leg

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“WTF…Sick POS wants locking up & the key melted down…he is the epitome of evil in human form!”

Pinellas Parkpolice today arrested a 44-year-old St. Petersburg man and charged him with felony cruelty to animals in a case that cost a 5-month-old puppy his front left leg.

Beau suffered a broken leg in May,.Because it became infected it had to be amputated.

An arrest affidavit says that from May through June, Todd Walker inflicted multiple injuries on a dog named Beau.

The arrest report states Walker was observed drop-kicking the dog approximately 5 to 6 feet across the living room to where the dog hit the arm of a lounge chair.

On a second occasion, Walker was observed throwing the dog on to a couch and hitting the dog in the face, then punching the dog in the area of its hind legs with his fist, the report said.

Pinellas Park police Det. Mike Lynch also wrote that on at least two occasions Walker was seen throwing water bottles at the dog.

Beau suffered two broken bones to the left lower leg, along with a broken upper bone to the same leg, and a skull fracture.

Lynch added, “As a result of the injuries the dog’s left leg had to be amputated and the dog was observed to be in a state of fear when the defendant was present with the dog.”

Last week, SPCA Tampa Bay offered a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for abusing Beau.

Beau suffered a broken leg in May, and it became infected

The agency began its investigation in June when Kat Burke of Pinellas Park, the owner’s aunt, called the SPCA abuse hotline.

“It certainly looks like abuse from our perspective; it’s almost impossible for an animal to get that many injuries any other way,” SPCA Tampa Bay CEO Martha Boden said.

Burke claimed the dog suffered a broken left front leg in May. A month later on June 19, she says she got a panicked call from her niece, Rebecca Walker, telling her that “Beau’s leg was broke again, it was the same leg and she was on her way home.”

Burke rushed the dog to Haynes Road Animal Hospital, where they started treatment immediately.

In addition to the broken leg, Burke said Beau also suffered two skull fractures, a broken jaw bone and broken ribs.

“He was in shock,” Burke said.

According to Burke, Beau’s broken leg was badly infected and he suffered nerve damage.  Doctors decided to amputate.

Todd Walker

A week later, Rebecca Walker wrote in a request for an injunction for protection against domestic violence that her husband “Todd was watching my dog, Beau. Todd called me and said my dog was hurt.”

Todd Walker is a convicted felon. He has done time in the Florida state prisonsystem for felony battery and incest with a relative.

Now he faces another felony charge, cruelty to animals.

As for Beau, Burke said he continues to heal from his injuries. She has taken the dog in and hopes one day to work with and help inspire young children who have also lost limbs.

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Boynton Beach couple face animal cruelty charges for allegedly abandoning four dogs

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BOYNTON BEACH — Boynton Beach Police have issued an arrest warrant for a husband and wife who they say abandoned their four dogs and left them in a home they moved out of without food or water in deplorable conditions.

Patricia Walker, 25, and Demetris Walker, 34, face charges of cruelty to animals and unlawful confinement of animals. A warrant for their arrest was issued Aug. 2, according to police spokeswoman Stephanie Slater. They have not been arrested.

Police say that two of their four dogs were treated so poorly, that an Animal Care and Control veterinarian had to euthanize them.

Animal Cruelty Investigator Liz Roehrich went to the Walkers’ home at 124 Northwest 10th Ave. on Feb. 14 in response to a citizen’s complaint that there were abandoned animals in the home.

Neighbors told Roehrich the Walkers moved out about three weeks ago and left the dogs alone in the home. Two of the dogs were visible to Roehrich and were pushing their muzzles out of a broken window while crying and whining, according to a probable cause affidavit.

Before going inside the home, Roehrich wrote in the affidavit that there was a “putrid stench of feces and urine” coming from the home. Flies swarmed the windows and front and back doors.

Roehrich could see that the floor was “covered” in feces and urine. She didn’t see any water or food and decided to call the property owner Andrew Luchey.

Luchey sent over his employee Kim Buckner who said Patricia Walker and her children were the last known tenants of the home. She opened the door for Roehrich and two of the dogs came running toward the women.

One of the dogs was a 7-month-old black and white pit bull. The second one was a 7-month-old brindle white female pit bull. Roehrich described the dogs’ appearances as “filthy” and “underweight”.

The conditions of the home weren’t any better. The floor was “soiled” with empty pans and dishes. There was no furniture. Blood covered a large area in the corner of the floor. Blood was smeared on walls. There was a dog collar laying in the blood puddle.

Roehrich heard “frantic, aggressive” barking coming from a bedroom and found two dogs — a 1-year-old black and white female pit bull and a 7-month-old white and black female pit bull — confined in cages sitting in their own feces.

The 7-month-old appeared to be sick or injured and had “multiple puncture wounds on her head and legs,” the affidavit says.

Nearby was a snake confined in a glass tank that appeared to be taken care of and was clean.

Roehrich tried speaking with Patricia Walker and didn’t have much luck. When reached by phone, Walker told Roehrick that her dogs were “fine” and not to remove them. Then she hung up.

Demetris Walker and his sister Marqita Daniel came to the home and said the dogs must have just caused the “mess” because Walker cleaned the other day, the affidavit says.

Walker said he wanted to take the dogs, however Roehrich informed him that the animals were being seized.

Daniel was allowed to take her boa constrictor home as it appeared to be healthy.

Roehrich then had the dogs transported to Animal Care and Control, where Dr. Stephanie Martin examined them.

The dogs “frantically ate and drank” once in the veterinarian’s custody, the affidavit says.

Three of the dogs had “mild dehydration” while all the dogs were so thin that their vertebrae were visible and their pelvic bones were prominent, the affidavit says.

The dog who appeared injured was “quiet and depressed” and had old and fresh wounds. Her leg was discharging fluid.

Patricia Walker decided that while she “loved her dogs” and wanted them back, it was in her best interest to give up her ownership of them.

Two of the dogs were provided medical treatment and rehabilitation and were later adopted.

The two other dogs were too “aggressive” and “wild” and had to be euthanized.

Pet owner Julie Walker banned from owning animals after dog neglect – Video

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A dog owner has been banned from owning animals for life after leaving her pet covered in her own faeces and infested with maggots.

Ruby the dog was left infected with maggots in Julie Walker’s garden

Julie Walker was found guilty of six animal cruelty charges after leaving 12-year-old akita Ruby lying in her garden.

The 48-year-old, of Priestfield Road, Gillingham, was today handed the ban by Medway magistrates.

She was also given a 26-week prison sentence – suspended for two years – and a six-month curfew.

Walker (pictured left) was ordered to carry out 300 hours’ unpaid work and pay £3,000 court costs.

Magistrate Elizabeth Brown said: “This is a case of a prolonged neglect of your pet. It suffered serious injury and you ignored advice.”

Walker was convicted in her absence of causing unnecessary suffering at Medway Magistrates’ Court earlier this month.

The court heard how the akita – which was later put down – was found covered in its own waste.

RSPCA Inspector Caroline Doe said the white dog was in a worse condition than any of the other thousands of cases she had dealt with.

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Brooklyn man busted for starving pit bull

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A brutal Brooklyn man today was busted for starving his pit bull to the point where the tragic animal was eating trash and towels to stay alive, authorities said.

The ASPCA had visited Ledell Walker’s home last year after receiving a call saying his dog was very thin, sources said. Walker, 57, wasn’t home, but afterward, he dropped off his ailing, abused pet at the Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital in Manhattan, authorities said.

His 4-year-old pooch — named “Drew” by the veterinarian staff — was so weak that he could barely walk or lift his head, authorities said.

“Drew was nearly dead upon arrival, it was almost too late to save his life,” said ASPCA spokesman Joseph Pentangelo. “Drew suffered from a combination of starvation and medical neglect.”

The grey-and-white dog was anemic, emaciated and had an untreated intestinal blockage. Surgeons removed trash, chewed pieces of plastic and a towel from his stomach — indicating the poor pup had been scavenging for food.

Walker was charged with animal cruelty.

His arrest was the 17th involving animal cruelty in New York City, and the fifth in Brooklyn, so far this year, Pentangelo said.

He also was recently collared for grand larceny and has a past robbery arrest.

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