A Garden City man was charged after posting an ad seeking sex with dogs that triggered an undercover investigation and led to the discovery of an injured rabbit, according to authorities.
A recent case in Garden City was incredibly disturbing, she said. In MarchCraigslist shut down its personals section to help stop human trafficking. One of the final posts came from the Metro Detroit area.
It was an anonymous person seeking to engage in sexual activity with dogs, officials said. Ramsey answered the ad and began an undercover text exchange with the poster, exposing sickening and exhausting evidence, she said.
You had to understand the big picture. This is why I continue to text with this person.
The big picture is going to be much better. Peltz was charged with a year felony for using a computer to commit a crime, a five-year felony for crimes against nature and animal cruelty for an injured rabbit recovered during the case, authorities said. Peltz posted bond and was released from jail, officials said. He is scheduled to return to court Monday.
Ramsey said Peltz had a job in which he was in close contact with animals. Health and Fitness. ZIP: 55303