MIAMI – A man identified as Chad Mason was arrested in Clearwater, a city on the west coast of the state of Florida, charged with, among other things, “bestiality” After sexually abusing a dog, according to the local police department.
Police posted on their Facebook account details of the arrest of Mason, 36, who was charged with animal sexual abuse, indecent exposure, two counts of exposure of sexual organs, criminal conduct and criminal conduct, according to local media reports on Tuesday. it was done. A place of religious worship.
According to police, Mason ended up in custody after he was caught committing the brutal act on Sunday night near an apartment complex located on McMullen Booth Road.
The police account indicated that Mason was seen sexually assaulting a dog at the time a man was passing by and observed the man’s behavior.
According to the El Nuevo Herald, the arrest warrant indicates the dog was a Goldendoodle and belonged to an acquaintance of Mason’s.
Police information emphasizes that when he was taken by surprise, he fled the scene and started harming people around.
Mason entered the Northwood Presbyterian Church and knocked over a nativity display, as well as smashing several potted plants before fleeing into an adjacent neighborhood.
The defendant later smashed a mailbox and attempted to steal a car moments before being taken into custody by police officers.
Mason was taken to the Pinellas County Police Station, the police account indicates.
The incident must have happened in the presence of several adults and one minor.
Court documents indicate Mason caused approximately $400 worth of property damage and has since been released after posting bail, the amount of which was not disclosed.