Behavioral Specialist Teacher Caught Having Sex With Family Dog After Footage Found In Home
By Staff Writer | October 02, 2013 04:28 PM EDT
A teacher has been caught on camera having sex with the family dog, police say. Incriminating photos and videos of the Maryland teacher, who works as a behavioral specialist with special needs students, were found in the home of Stephanie Mikles, 45. In the footage, Mikles was engaged in a variety of sexual acts with her pet dog.
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Child advocacy center officers were investigating Milkes in an unrelated matter. During a search of her home, authorities found photos and videos of Mikles and the dog. Mikles has been charged with bestiality.
Harford County State's Attorney Joseph Cassilly told press that investigators seized a number of video recordings of the alleged acts that "took a while to go through".
The acts between Mikles and the dog are alleged to have taken place in August 2008, over a period of about a month.
Mikles was arrested after the footage emerged and charged with unnatural or perverted sexual practice. She denies the charges, but has been suspended from her job.
Mikles is a behavioral specialist for the Harford County, Maryland School District. She is out of jail on a $5,000 bond.
The bestiality case will go to court later this year.
There's no word on the condition or whereabouts of the dog.
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