This article was originally published on The Huffington Post by David Moye on March 1, 2017.
A former animal shelter employee in Shreveport, Louisiana, has been charged with crimes against nature after being accused of having sex with a dog.
Celina Ann Cabrera, 24, was taken into custody Friday afternoon after officers received a report that a woman had performed a sex act with the animal.
The complainant told police the woman had videos of the act, according to ArkLaTexHomepage.com.
Cabrera was employed at Caddo Parish Animal Shelter but had been on leave since Feb. 15.
Another ex-employee of the shelter, Booker Talioterro Thomas Jr., was also arrested on a charge of being an accessory to crimes against nature, according to KSLA-TV in Shreveport.
The 43-year-old former kennel manager at CPAS is accused of recording Cabrera having sex with his dog, according to police booking details.
Shreveport Police Department spokesman Cpl. Marcus Hines told local station KTBS that investigators don’t think the video was recorded at the shelter or involved shelter animals.
Cabrera was released on bail Monday, the New York Daily News reported. It is unclear whether Thomas has also posted bail.