If you are being blocked from reading Subscriber Exclusive content, first confirm you are logged in using the account with which you subscribed. If you are still experiencing issues, please describe the problem below and we will be happy to assist you. Three Pennsylvania men who pleaded guilty to having sex hundreds of times with horses, goats, dogs and a cow need to keep serving their decades-long prison sentences, a state appeals court has decided. The men even made videos of themselves as they committed that bestiality, investigators said. And they recruited a teenage boy to help them molest the creatures. All three had pleaded guilty in Clearfield County court to charges of corruption of minors, counts of sexual intercourse with animals and counts of cruelty to animals.
Judge Michelle Fentress released Jackson Kelley, 19, of Allston, on the conditions that he undergo a mental health evaluation, wear a GPS device and stay away from stables and all animals, pending a Sept. Assistant District Attorney Tracey Cusick had argued that Kelley would pose a danger if he were released. Kelley turned himself in to authorities Tuesday morning with his attorney present. Police have charged him with sexual contact with an animal, breaking and entering in the nighttime to commit a felony and cruelty to animals. He appeared in court on Friday, wearing a white shirt and dark-colored pants, as well as a mask. Kelley, a cook, allegedly broke into the equestrian center before dawn on July Surveillance camera footage showed the culprit demonstrated a familiarity with horses, haltering and cross-tying the mare he violated. Police are awaiting DNA test results taken from swabs of the horse. Skip to content.