Man Arrested for Allegedly Breaking into Coworker’s House and Raping Dog

Associated Press

A Wisconsin man has been accused of breaking into his coworker’s house. He was found by the coworker’s daughter, naked from the waist down with his pelvic area pressed against her dog, allegedly having raped the animal.

Daniel Reinsvold, 44, was discovered straddling the dog, named Cooper, in the basement of the home, according to WISC-TV.

Reinsvold allegedly told the daughter that he was retrieving something he had dropped; the dog retreated into its kennel. He has been charged with “intentional mistreatment of an animal, trespassing, and disorderly conduct.”

This past January in Miami, Jesus Ramon Sanchez, 37, allegedly tried to rape a pit bull in a dog park; the dog, Sparky, ripped off Sanchez’s genitals. One witness said:

The dog was just running around, playing with a ball, when the man came out of nowhere and tried to grab it. The man had his pants down and was struggling with the dog. Everyone in the park was just stunned and nobody did anything, but the dog defended itself and bit back. In a matter of seconds, he grabbed the man’s genitals with its teeth and literally tore them apart.

Reinsvold and Sanchez have company; in 2013, Christopher Alexander Caceres, 22, of San Pedro, CA, was arrested and charged with drugging and raping a dog multiple times.


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