Arkansas Man Gets Arrested For Allegedly Sexually Assaulting His Neighbors’ Donkeys, And Winds Up Blaming Weed

A man from Arkansas is being accused of allegedly buggering his neighbors’ donkeys. On Monday, this man landed himself behind bars for several charges. He allegedly trespassed on his neighbors’ property in order to sexually assault their donkeys.

Everett Lee Compton, Jr., 49, has been arrested by Siloam Springs police. He is being charged with four counts of bestiality, four counts of criminal trespassing and four counts of misdemeanor cruelty to animals.

Emert and Joyce Whitaker informed police about a man performing sexual acts on their donkey during the mornings of May 27th and June 4th. The couple took photographs of the man and handed them over to authorities. The photos show the man placing a bag upon the head of one of the donkey, and later thrusting his pelvis into the animal.

The Whitaker’s also captured this man allegedly performing illicit sexual acts on their donkeys on July 5th and 6th. In the photo, the suspect feeds a donkey from a bread bag while once again rubbing his pelvis on the creature.

How was Everett Lee Compton captured?

At 1 A.M. on July 16th, the Whitaker’s called the police once again. They spotted the suspect in the field and began recording. This time, they captured footage of the suspect allegedly sexually assaulting their donkey. They described the incident as “some type of sexual interaction.”

A responding officer arrived on the scene and allegedly found the suspect hiding behind bushes. Compton claims that he was merely taking a walk.

A police report obtained by Arkansas Online reports that officer questioned Compton about the donkeys, and the suspect replied that he had only fed the creatures carrots, but he did not have sex with them.

Everett Lee Compton claims to not have had sexual relations with those donkeys.

The responding officer told the suspect about the video footage taken from Whitaker’s camera. Compton allegedly responded by casting the blame upon marijuana, claiming that the cannabis “makes him do sick things.”

He has raked up multiple charges, including four counts of bestiality, four counts of criminal trespassing and four counts of misdemeanor cruelty to animals.

Compton remains in the Benton County Jail on $5,000 bond. His court date is set for September 11, 2017.

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