Videos of these two Cops Raping Dogs led to Child Porn Charges Against them

Back in May 2017, we covered a story about Houston deputy named Andrew C. Sustaita Jr. who was arrested after video surfaced of him starring in a bestiality video, which shows him raping a small dog.

The video surfaced after a high tech crime team determined someone had uploaded the video from a Harris County-owned computer.

That someone turned out to be Andrew Sustaita Jr., a deputy at Harris County at the time.

Just days later, deputy Sustaita was charged by authorities with three more felonies.

This time, for possession of child pornography involving children as young as four.

One of the victims seen the photos was a relative.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputy was charged with a felony after authorities determined one of their own was the actor seen with the dog in the video.

After investigators for an online task force unit found Sustaita Jr. starring in a self-produced bestiality video, they obtained a warrant from a judge to search Sustaita Jr.’s electronic devices and home.

Initially, co-workers described Sustaita as a “hard-working.

His family referred to him as a “family man.”

Then on June 8, we ran an update story about how a U.S. district judge sentenced Sustaita to 27 years in federal prison, calling it “one of the most disagreeable cases” he had seen on the bench, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Officer Terry Yetman.

In another case, with very similar circumstances, just one state over, 38-year-old Bossier City police officer Terry Yetman was arrested and charged with 20 counts of sexual abuse of animals by performing sexual act with an animal and 20 counts of sex abuse of animals by recording sexual acts with an animal.

Louisiana State Police launched an investigation into Yetman’s activities with animals after receiving a tip in Austin 2018.

Police used a warrant to search Yetman’s electronics and found videos, showing Yetman performing pornographic acts with animals before charging him with a crime.

Ironically, Yetman had recently won the Trey Hutchison award after being honored by the Caddo/Bossier Domestic Violence Task Force for his work helping domestic violence victims.

“To get an award after Trey Hutchison is a huge honor. Personally, I don’t think there is any other award that can make you feel better about doing your job,” Yetman told the Bossier Press-Tribune after receiving the award.

Yetman Arrested for Child Porn

Now, after being charged in December with 40 counts of abusing his K-9 partner, Yetman was arrested again on Friday April, 12. and charged with 31 counts of possessing child porn, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Yetman was booked into the Bossier Parish Jail and held on a $620,000 bond, according to the Shreveport Times.

Yetman was employed at the Bossier City Police Department since November 2014. He was assigned as a patrol divisions officer. Yetman was eventually placed on paid administrative leave pending a Bossier City Police Department internal affairs investigation.

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Back in May 2017, we covered a story about Houston deputy named Andrew C. Sustaita Jr. who was arrested after video surfaced of him starring in a bestiality video, which shows him raping a small dog.

The video surfaced after a high tech crime team determined someone had uploaded the video from a Harris County-owned computer.

That someone turned out to be Andrew Sustaita Jr., a deputy at Harris County at the time.

Just days later, deputy Sustaita was charged by authorities with three more felonies.

This time, for possession of child pornography involving children as young as four.

One of the victims seen the photos was a relative.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputy was charged with a felony after authorities determined one of their own was the actor seen with the dog in the video.

After investigators for an online task force unit found Sustaita Jr. starring in a self-produced bestiality video, they obtained a warrant from a judge to search Sustaita Jr.’s electronic devices and home.

Initially, co-workers described Sustaita as a “hard-working.

His family referred to him as a “family man.”

Then on June 8, we ran an update story about how a U.S. district judge sentenced Sustaita to 27 years in federal prison, calling it “one of the most disagreeable cases” he had seen on the bench, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Officer Terry Yetman.

In another case, with very similar circumstances, just one state over, 38-year-old Bossier City police officer Terry Yetman was arrested and charged with 20 counts of sexual abuse of animals by performing sexual act with an animal and 20 counts of sex abuse of animals by recording sexual acts with an animal.

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Louisiana State Police launched an investigation into Yetman’s activities with animals after receiving a tip in Austin 2018.

Police used a warrant to search Yetman’s electronics and found videos, showing Yetman performing pornographic acts with animals before charging him with a crime.

Ironically, Yetman had recently won the Trey Hutchison award after being honored by the Caddo/Bossier Domestic Violence Task Force for his work helping domestic violence victims.

“To get an award after Trey Hutchison is a huge honor. Personally, I don’t think there is any other award that can make you feel better about doing your job,” Yetman told the Bossier Press-Tribune after receiving the award.

Yetman Arrested for Child Porn

Now, after being charged in December with 40 counts of abusing his K-9 partner, Yetman was arrested again on Friday April, 12. and charged with 31 counts of possessing child porn, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Yetman was booked into the Bossier Parish Jail and held on a $620,000 bond, according to the Shreveport Times.

Yetman was employed at the Bossier City Police Department since November 2014. He was assigned as a patrol divisions officer. Yetman was eventually placed on paid administrative leave pending a Bossier City Police Department internal affairs investigation.

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