A 61-year-old landscaper who is accused of being caught engaging in a “lewd” act with a Gwinnett County, Georgia, family’s dog, has surrendered. According to PIX 11 News, the accused man, identified as Cruz Barrera-Lugo (of note, the authorities initially identified the man as Cruz Barreralugo) turned himself in to the authorities on Monday.
Barrera-Lugo allegedly was caught in the midst of a sexual assault on a Lawrenceville family’s dog on Saturday evening – the accused man fled the scene after a witness spotted him. The local authorities were able to review surveillance footage and issue a warrant for the man’s arrest.
According to the Gwinnett Police Department, Barrera-Lugo is being held without bond – he is facing charges of bestiality and cruelty to children (a child witnessed the man’s alleged lewd assault on the dog).
Prior story about this situation at this link.
(Photo via Gwinnett Police Department)
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