Houston Man Accused of Offering Dog to Undercover Officer, Others for Bestiality

A Houston man has been arrested and several of his dogs seized after he allegedly offered a canine to an undercover cop for purposes of bestiality.The man, 31, has yet to be formally charged, the Houston Chronicle reported, but is thought to have take part in multiple online forums dedicated to the criminal activity.An undercover sting operation by the Houston Police Department's major offenders and animal cruelty units led to the arrest.The man at one point offered one of his dogs to the undercover officer and others for bestiality, a police spokesman told the newspaper.On Wednesday morning, authorities raided the man's home, near Rice University, and found several dogs and other evidence. The dogs were taken to a local animal shelter for medical care.The man was located about a mile away at a relative's home and taken into custody.  Continue reading...

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