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Siloam Springs man accused of having sex with a donkey

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click to enlarge ACCUSED DONKEY ABUSER: Everett Compton.
  • ACCUSED DONKEY ABUSER: Everett Compton.
A Siloam Springs man is accused of having sex with a pet donkey, KARK reports.

After years of dealing with people harassing their pet donkeys, Emert and Joyce Whitaker told police they placed a game camera in a field where the female donkeys stay.

The camera captured — in the early mornings of May 27, June 4, June 5 and June 6 — a man placing a bag over a donkey's head, then getting behind the donkey and placing his pelvis against the rear of the animal.

The police came out to the home twice during this period, but never caught the man. The homeowners said they found discarded bread bags on the property.

On the third call, the police found Everett Lee Compton, 49, and arrested him. The Whitakers said he was the same man identified in the photos.

Everett is accused of four counts of bestiality, a class A misdemeanor; four counts of criminal trespassing, a class B misdemeanor; and five counts of cruelty to animals and being held in the Benton County Jail.

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