CALIFORNIA MAN CAUGHT ON CAMERA DRUGGING AND RAPING A DOG
Christopher Alexander Caceres, a 22 year old San Pedro, California man, was arrestedThursday and charged with drugging and raping a dog multiple times. He was caught onsurveillance footage drugging and performing sex acts on the helpless dog for hours. Securityfootage obtained by the San Pedro Beacon shows him committing his depraved acts on the 80-poundAkita while the dog’s owners slept only yards away. Caceres faces charges includingburglary, sexual deviance, bestiality and rape of a dog, but more charges are likely to come. The homeowner told the Daily Breeze that several weeks ago he began hearing the dog make a‘huge yelp-like shriek like she never made before.' The man had also previously found alighter and a cell phone in his backyard, said reports. The dog made the same noise again afew weeks later and the owner found a cell phone on the ground and noticed his gate open, herecalled. He then installed security camera and awoke last Sunday to large clumps of hair allover his backyard and even more disturbing actions caught on camera. ‘Our dog greetedme and something seemed off,’ the man told the Beacon. ‘I didn’t know what hadhappened, but I saw clumps of our dog’s hair throughout the yard.’ ‘Iimmediately went to the surveillance cameras, and I was absolutely disgusted with what Isaw.’ Footage shows the suspect stroll into the backyard and feed something to thedog. The dog was happy to see the man, a sign she knew him. Soon after, the suspectemerges pant-less from a dark corner of the backyard, pins the dog to the ground and has marathonsex with the animal for almost two hours until nearly 4 a.m. The dog tried to break free, butwas repeatedly assaulted by the suspect. A rape kit was done on the dog by a vet anddetermined the dog was the victim of multiple sexual assaults.
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