Man gets life in prison after being caught having sex with cucumber while high on meth

Charles Robert Ransier
Charles Robert Ransier
By: Tanya Clark

(Scroll down for video) A man who was caught having sex with vegetables, will spend the rest of his life in prison for being a repeat offender, according to police in Texas.

56-year-old Charles Robert Ransier was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of tampering with evidence among other charges.

A Comal County grand jury indicted Ransier for tampering with physical evidence and possessing less than a gram of methamphetamine.

Trooper David Kral told the jury about his encounter with Ransier along Interstate 35 in northern Comal County.

Trooper Kral described how he had observed Ransier trying to shove something under his seat to hide it from him.

By repositioning himself, he was eventually able to see that Ransier had a syringe in his hand, and that he was attempting to break the end off of it.

After Ransier failed to comply with Kral’s commands to stop, a struggle ensued. Kral was eventually able to gain control of Ransier, and place him in handcuffs.

The broken syringe was recovered, and officers were able to salvage a drop of its contents.

Subsequent testing by a forensic scientist with a lab in Austin, indicated that there was a trace amount of methamphetamine.

Ransier was later interviewed and admitted that he intended to break or hide the syringe.

Ransier had previously been convicted for nine felony offenses, and had pleaded “true” to each. Kral explained that he had initially noticed a plastic children’s slide along the IH35 access road.

When he later returned to the area, he noticed that the slide had been moved, and that there was now a white pickup backed in under a tree near the slide.

He stopped to investigate and located Ransier near the truck.

As he moved around the truck, Trooper Kral observed a little girl’s swimsuit laid out perfectly on the driver’s side floorboard.

He also noticed that there was melted candle wax near the door and tube of lubricant on the dashboard. In addition, he noticed that Ransier was only wearing a pair of jeans and had melted candle wax on his chest.

Concerned by those observations, Kral continued his investigation and eventually asked Ransier for permission to search his truck.

Ransier responded by volunteering to remove all of the items from his truck.

It was then, as Ransier was removing the items from his truck, that Kral noticed him trying to shove something under the seat and then trying to break the syringe.

After Ransier was in custody, Texas Rangers Jimmy Jones and Joey Evans, and DPS Special Agent Brett Peters arrived to assist Kral.

During a subsequent search of Ransier’s truck, they located multiple items of children’s clothing, Barbie dolls, candy, balloons, baby oil, Viagra, Extenze male enhancement, duct tape, rope, and a cooler with frozen cucumbers.

A subsequent investigation revealed that this was not the first such incident involving Ransier. Previously, Deputy Frank Cockrell had responded to a suspicious person call on Word Ranch Road.

He arrived to find Ransier naked in a white pickup. Ransier eventually admitted that he had been committing a deviant sex act involving a squash.

During a second incident, Trooper Vaughn Pack was contacted by a concerned citizen who had noticed a suspicious white pickup at the baseball fields off of Loop 337.

Trooper Pack went to investigate and found Ransier wearing nothing but women’s stockings. Again, Ransier was engaged in a deviant sex act with a vegetable.

Ransier was previously convicted of manslaughter for causing the death of Mark Dryer, a reserve sergeant with the Arizona State Troopers and the father of 5-year-old twins at the time of his death.

The indictment from that case also alleged that on the day he killed Trooper Dryer, Ransier was using methamphetamine and that he had operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs.

After hearing the evidence, the jury took less than an hour to
sentence Ransier to life in prison for the tampering with physical evidence charge and 20 years in prison for possessing less than a gram of methamphetamine.

In addition, the jury ordered a $10,000 fine.