Ark. Man Charged With Bestiality Arrested After Plotting To Break Into Animal Shelter

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POPE COUNTY (KTHV) – A Hattieville man who had previously been arrested and charged with bestiality has been arrested again.

According to the Pope County Sheriff’s Office, they received information on Friday (June 26) that Jonathan Ford had intentions of breaking and entering at the Russellville Animal Shelter.

Ford was arrested on suspicion of criminal conspiracy to commit commercial burglary and booked into the Pope County Detention Center.

He appeared in court on Monday and was given a bond of $50,000.

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