Friday, June 9, 2017

Alabama: Daniel Dunn, 28, accused of sodomizing a minor, producing child porn and raping a dog. His fiance, Kelsey Culp, also charged

ALABAMA -- An Alabama man has been arrested and charged with repeatedly sodomizing a young child, producing child pornography and having sex with RAPING a dog.

Daniel Ray Dunn, 28, was initially arrested on May 26 on three counts of child pornography, sodomy and bestiality, and on May 31 two additional charges of first-degree sodomy were filed against him.

Court records say the new charges stem from incident on April 24 and May 23, and that Dunn "did engage in deviate sexual intercourse with a child under the age of 12."

The man was also accused of filming a sexual encounter involving the child and committing a sexual act on a dog (rape).

On the pornography count, the arrest warrant states that Dunn did 'knowingly film photograph, record, or otherwise produce any obscene matter that contains a visual reproduction of a person under the age of 17, to wit, engaged in any act of sado-masochistic abuse, sexual excitement, masturbation, breast nudity or genital nudity', reported

On the bestiality count, the document alleges the man 'engaged in or submitted to any sexual contact with an animal, to wit, a female dog'.


Dunn's fiancee, 22-year-old Kelsey Culp, was also arrested and charged with bestiality on May 30 after she 'allegedly caused, aided or abetted another engaging in any sexual contact with an animal,' according to arrest warrants.

Culp was released from the Shelby County jail last Wednesday after posting $6,000 bond. If convicted, she could face up to a year in jail and a fine.

Dunn's bond was initially set at $506,000, but it was raised to $1.06 million after the additional charges were brought against him on Friday. He is due in court for his initial appearance on June 29.

According to Culp’s Facebook page, the couple got engaged in late March. On her social media account the 22-year-old describes her occupation as a stay-at-home mom.


(Daily Mail - June 5, 2017)