- Mississippi, USA -
In this article there are references to “sexual act” and “sexual intercourse.”
For the record, I totally disagree with those definitions as I firmly believe that they should be called what they are, RAPE!
On April 4, 2023, Jones County Sheriff’s Deputy Regina Newton received information regarding a woman having “sexual intercourse” with a dog and that the acts were caught on Snapchat videos.
During the initial investigation, Deputy Newton was able to identify 19-years-old DENISE NICOLE FRAZIER, (pictured), as the suspect and tracked her down at a home on Norton Road in Laurel.
When FRAZIER was questioned, she admitted she was the one in the video and said she had been forced to participate.
In one of the videos received by Deputy Newton, FRAZIER can be seen having “intercourse” with a German shepherd and when Deputy went to FRAZIER’s residence, she saw one there.
FRAZIER told Deputy Newton that the videos were taken a year ago. However, screenshots of iCloud-shared photos of the videos showed a range of dates between February 23-28, 2023.
According to officials three separate dogs were seen on video.
As part of the investigation, a search warrant was executed at FRAZIER’s home and an arrest warrant was subsequently issued.
Based on their findings, investigators concluded that FRAZIER “willfully, unlawfully and feloniously had sexual intercourse with one or more domesticated animals, one being a male German shepherd and recorded the intercourse via an electronic device on or about Feb. 23-Feb. 28, 2023.” One of the sickening videos was filmed in a Jeep outside Freedom Baptist Church.
The Jones County Sheriff’s Department arrested FRAZIER on April 5, 2023, and charged her with unnatural intercourse – aggravated cruelty of an animal.
The sheriff’s office said some videos may have been made in other counties. Those counties have been alerted, and more charges may be added.
FRAZIER was transported to the Jones County Adult Detention Facility where she remained until the afternoon of Thursday, April 6, 2023, when she had her initial court appearance.
Judge Grant Hedgepeth set FRAZIER’s bond at $25,000. She was also ordered to stay away from animals until after her trial.
If found guilty, FRAZIER could spend up to 10 years in prison.
Lead Investigator Sergeant J.D. Carter with the Jones County Sheriff’s Department told WDAM they have found no evidence that FRAZIER was forced to make the videos.
Sgt. Carter said: “In my 17 years in law enforcement, this is one of the most disturbing cases that I’ve ever investigated. JCSD is in possession of several videos that are so graphic that we are not at liberty to release them or even discuss them.”
The three dogs at the residence were removed and taken to Sawmill Animal Hospital in Laurel.
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The last seven pictures of FRAZIER were shared from her Facebook profile.