Nicholase Hill, a 28-year-old resident of Rockland Maine was arrested in August after allegedly raping his pet dog. According to the court deal, he can avoid jail time if he undergoes a mental health evaluation and counseling.
A man will avoid prison even after raping his dog and broadcasting the heinous act on his social media. Nicholase Hill, a 28-year-old resident of Rockland Maine was arrested in August after allegedly raping his pet dog multiple times and recording it at least once according to Bangor Daily News. Although Hill initially pleaded not guilty to one charge of animal abuse, he eventually admitted to a charge of animal cruelty on October 31, after reaching an agreement with prosecutors.
The court deal according to reports, requires the man to undergo a mental health evaluation and counseling. He is fined $250. However, the alleged animal rapist will not face any jail time for his crime. Furthermore, he has been ordered to have no contact with dogs and expected to complete 60 hours of community service, according to the outlet. In case he fails to meet these specific conditions laid out by the court, Hill would have to serve 14 days in jail and pay the $250 fine.
Police officers in the case revealed that Hill, who reportedly engaged in sexual intercourse with a dog several times, recorded his sickening actions at least once before sending the footage to a woman via his Facebook Messanger. According to an affidavit filed by the Knox County Sheriff’s Office, Hill was arrested in late August, a week after the authorities received complaints from an unnamed individual that he had been having sex with his dog. The investigators on the case were able to obtain a video of the 28-year-old engaging in sexual intercourse with a dog, which he had allegedly sent to a woman in February.
Maine man who filmed sex act with dog will avoid jail time if he completes counseling https://t.co/V3gzYTMF4W— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) November 5, 2019
In the due course of the interview, the female witness revealed that Hill "wanted her to get involved" in a threesome with the dog and himself, as per the affidavit. The woman refused to participate in this cruel activity. Initially, Hill pleaded not guilty to a charge of animal cruelty, but last week he hanged his pleas as part of a deferred disposition.
Hill's plea agreement comes just a week after a Knox-based woman was convicted of animal cruelty for locking up a dozen cats inside a storage unit without any water or food. She was sentenced to 20 days in jail and banned from ever owning cats again after five of them starved to death.
POS #sociopath #NicholasHill of #RocklandMaine who filmed sex act with dog will avoid jail time if he completes counseling — #iCallBS #oustTheProsecutor #VoteOutTheJudge #NoJusticeForAnimals Midcoast — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine https://t.co/smIE0rWr60— CatherineMaryMPhD (@LiveStrongCat7) November 5, 2019