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Woman Accused Of Filming Sex Acts With Dogs, Including ‘Service Dog,’ Facing 10 Years In Prison

Jones County, MS – A 19-year-old woman is facing up to 10 years in prison after she allegedly had sexual contact with several dogs and posted footage of the acts online.

Denise Nicole Frazier was booked into the Jones County Adult Detention Center just before 12 p.m. on April 5 on charges of unnatural intercourse and aggravated animal cruelty, The Laurel Leader Call reported.

According to an arrest affidavit, a German shepherd Frazier refers to as her “service dog” appeared in a video clip she shared on SnapChat.

The video, which was recorded in February, allegedly showed Frazier having sexual intercourse with the canine, The Laurel Leader Call reported.

Investigators said they believe the video was recorded outside Freedom Baptist Church in Myrick, The U.S. Sun reported.

“Disturbing, extremely disturbing videos that I can’t even wrap my head around it,” Jones County Sheriff’s Department (JCSD) lead investigator Sergeant JD Carter told WDAM. “I wouldn’t understand the mindset that would even drive somebody to do that.”

A total of three dogs were seen in the footage, according to court records.

“In my 17 years in law enforcement, this is one of the most disturbing cases that I’ve ever investigated,” Sgt. Carter said, according to The U.S. Sun. “JCSD is in possession of several videos that are so graphic that we are not at liberty to release them or even discuss the particular content.”

The sergeant said Frazier claimed she was “threatened and forced” to make the videos, but that nothing seems to corroborate her assertion.

“There’s no evidence to be found supporting that idea and yeah, we did look into it,” he told WDAM.

Sgt. Carter said the case is still under investigation.

“We’ve never dealt with this particular type of case before,” he told WDAM. “There are really no true words to describe it other than disgusting. So, right now, we’re still in that initial phase, right past the first part of it. But we’re still going to look into it to see if there’s more.”

Investigators believe some of the videos may have been recorded in other jurisdictions, which could result in additional charges in those locations.

Deputies seized two dogs from the home on Norton Road where Frazier was arrested, The Laurel Leader Call reported.

The animals were transported to Sawmill Animal Hospital in Laurel.

Frazier made her initial appearance in Jones County Justice Court on April 6, WDAM reported.

Judge Grant Hedgepeth set her bond at $25,000 and ordered her to have no contact with any animals while the case is pending.

Written by
Holly Matkin

Holly is a former probation and parole officer who is married to a sheriff’s deputy. She is a regular contributor to Signature Montana magazine, and has written feature articles for Distinctly Montana magazine.

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