Female animal shelter worker busted for screwing a pit bull
The woman allegedly engaged in crimes against nature with the animal, and the owner of the dog, a former shelter supervisor, is believed to have recorded the acts.
SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA — A female animal shelter worker has been arrested for crimes against nature after allegedly making love to a pit bull. The man whose dog was victimized, a former supervisor at the shelter, is facing charges for providing camera assistance.
Celina Cabrera, 24, has been working at the Caddo Parish Animal Shelter, providing care and comfort to animals in need. Booker Thomas, 41, owns a pit bull, and introduced his pet to his former colleague. Cabrera is now suspected of having engaged in acts of bestiality with the pit bull. Thomas allegedly filmed the acts.
An anonymous tip led authorities to charge Cabrera, as well as Thomas for being principle to crimes against nature. The two are currently out on bond while investigators try to track down the video evidence. If convicted, they each face up to five years in prison.
While both were formerly employed by the shelter, the cops do not believe any crimes took place at that location, nor were any animals in the shelter’s care involved.
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