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Married man pimps out his dog for sex in exchange for allowing him to have sex with other farm animals

By Mason White 6:10 PM October 28, 2015
James Allen Darland talking with an undercover officer 

By: Feng Qian
A man was arrested after he wanted to pimp out his dog for sex.

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said that police in Arizona, arrested the man for bestiality.

56-year-old James Allen Darland from Mount Vernon, Washington, was arrested in Phoenix, after a month-long investigation.

Police said that Darland, met an undercover officer and attempted to pimp the dog in exchange for sex with several farm animals.

According to a press release from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Darland allegedly contacted an undercover officer through a website for sex with animals.

The detective posed as a farmer who owned various animals in the Wickenburg area. According to police, Darland asked to spend a few days on the farmer’s property for the sole purpose of having sex with various animals, including miniature horses, dogs and goats.

Police released a video of the meeting between Darland and the detective. During the meeting, Darland described his sex acts with his dog when his wife leaves their house and what he wants to do to the officer’s dog.

“When my wife leaves the house, I go to the corner and the dog comes, the dog knows the corner,” he said.

Darland, who recently retired after working 23 years for a courier company, also explained how he was having sex with animals belonging to his customers.

Darland said that customers’ dogs would jump into his truck while their owner was not home and he would engage in sex acts with the animals.

Darland was arrested on a charge of conspiracy to commit bestiality. His dog that was with him at the time of the meeting with the officer was seized and will be evaluated for sexual abuse by the Arizona Humane Society.