Airline steward, his swinger wife and her lover 'used Craigslist to find a dog for sex' | Mail Online
Open marriage: Shane Walker, right, and his wife Sarah Dae, left, were arrested after an undercover sting operation
Accused: Robert Aucker, left, was held after allegedly driving out to a pre-arranged location intending to watch his lover have sex with a Golden Shepherd
A husband, his wife and her lover have been charged with conspiracy to commit bestiality after using Craigslist to find a dog for the wife to have sex with.
Shane Walker and his wife Sarah Dae, who describe themselves as swingers in an open marriage, were arrested after an undercover sting operation.
The couple, and her lover Robert Aucker, were held after they drove out to a pre-arranged location to engage in the unnatural sex.
The two men were to watch while Sarah Dae had sex with the dog.
The trio had been hoping to meet the owner of a Golden Shepherd having spent three weeks corresponding with her over the use of the dog.
But when they arrived at the location in Phoenix, Arizona,they were arrested by detectives.
The owner of the dog had tipped off police about the trio's plans and an undercover officer took her place during the meeting.
Before their arrest the three offered the 'dog owner' the opportunity to take part.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said:'People who do this for enjoyment are a different breed, that's for certain.'
Arpaio, who is known as the toughest sheriff in America over his stand against illegal immigration, said the Walkers had described themselves as 'swingers'.
According to the arrest report Aucker,30, said he had been involved with Sarah for a month and she had expressed her desire to have sex with a dog.
Walker, 38, a flight attendant and his 34 year old wife, a freelance photographer, were charged with conspiracy to commit bestiality.
Last year Sheriff Arpaio wrote to Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster after the arrest of two people for using the website to solicit dogs for sex.
Arpaio asked for closer monitoring of the site, but said after the latest arrest: 'I remain extremely disappointed in the leadership at Craigslist.com for refusing to do what they can to stop this.
'While they aren't doing anything to stop it, I will continue to enforce all animal cruelty laws.'
Joe Arpaio Going After Wannabe Dog-Humpers on Craigslist: Distraction or Job Well Done? - Phoenix News - Valley Fever
Yesterday, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced that his detectives found people on Craigslist trying to have sex with dogs -- again.
The plan, according to Arpaio, was that the three people arrested by the MCSO Monday night were using Craigslist to find a dog to "fornicate" with the woman, while her husband and friend watched.
The sheriff's office says all three of the suspects -- Shane Walker, 38, Sarah Dae Walker, 33, and Robert Aucker, 29 -- showed up to the predetermined location, where they met an undercover detective and his male Golden Shepherd mix.
Arpaio called the type of people who hit up Craigslist looking for dogs to have sex with are "a different breed, that's for certain."
Meanwhile, there are one or two more than 400 botched sex crime investigations that haven't headlined any recent press releases from the sheriff's office.
By the way, there also happens to be a battle between Arpaio's office and the Justice Department over some intense racial-profiling accusations.
Let's get straight to the question: Is catching wannabe dog-humpers on Craigslist a distraction or a job well done?
There are some truly sick fucks in this world.