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Larose, Louisiana police have arrested Mario Vasconcelos for allegedly engaging in sexual acts with various farm animals, according to local reports.

The investigation began after a Cutoff, Louisiana property owner in June reported his suspicions that someone had trespassed on his property.

The resident “reported someone was possibly trespassing on his property located on Highway 3235,” said Deputy Brennan Matherne according to a report by WWL First News.

“Through investigation, detectives learned a male subject had entered the building and engaged in crimes against nature (unnatural carnal copulation) with livestock, including a donkey and a goat,” said Deputy Matherne.

Human DNA evidence collected by investigators from the animals was submitted to the Louisiana State Police Crime Lab for DNA analysis. A DNA match identified 34-year-old Mario Vasconcelos as the suspect using the FBI’s Combined DNA Index System, according to the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Police arrested the Vasconcelos who also had another warrant out for his arrest for a domestic abuse case dating back to 2011.

Following his arrest, Vasconcelos admitted to having done the dirty deed on four separate occasions.

“During questioning, Vasconcelos admitted to four instances of copulating with livestock,” said Deputy Matherne. “He was subsequently transported to the Detention Center where he was booked four counts of Crimes Against Nature, simple burglary and per the outstanding warrant. He is currently being held in lieu of $37,500 bond.”

Vasconcelos is also being detained for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to a report by Houma Today.

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Village farmers living in the border areas of the Gir Forest in India’s Gujarat State live in constant fear. The reason — the forest is home to over 400 lions some of whom find village livestock easy pickings.

Villagers residing in the border areas of the Gir Forest in India’s western state of Gujarat, are living in constant fear as lions frequently enter their village.

[Ashwin Naliyadhara, Farmer]:
“Our village is very close to the jungle. Lions constantly enter the village and harm our livestock and kill them. So there is lot of fear in the village.”

On Tuesday night, a lioness barged into a cattle shed and attacked a cow in Gigasan village.

Out of fear, the villagers now graze their cattle within the village perimeter.

Villagers say one night the big cats attacked two cows, one bull and seven goats in the village.

The lions confidently enter fields and villages, forcing terrified villagers into their homes.

The Gir Forest National park is the biggest reserve for Asiatic lions in India and houses more than 400 lions.

Beginning this week, nine livestock officers with the Arizona Department of Agriculture are carrying Narcan on the job.

Larose, Louisiana police have arrested Mario Vasconcelos for allegedly engaging in sexual acts with various farm animals, according to local reports.

The investigation began after a Cutoff, Louisiana property owner in June reported his suspicions that someone had trespassed on his property.

The resident “reported someone was possibly trespassing on his property located on Highway 3235,” said Deputy Brennan Matherne according to a report by WWL First News.

“Through investigation, detectives learned a male subject had entered the building and engaged in crimes against nature (unnatural carnal copulation) with livestock, including a donkey and a goat,” said Deputy Matherne.

Human DNA evidence collected by investigators from the animals was submitted to the Louisiana State Police Crime Lab for DNA analysis. A DNA match identified 34-year-old Mario Vasconcelos as the suspect using the FBI’s Combined DNA Index System, according to the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Police arrested the Vasconcelos who also had another warrant out for his arrest for a domestic abuse case dating back to 2011.

Following his arrest, Vasconcelos admitted to having done the dirty deed on four separate occasions.

“During questioning, Vasconcelos admitted to four instances of copulating with livestock,” said Deputy Matherne. “He was subsequently transported to the Detention Center where he was booked four counts of Crimes Against Nature, simple burglary and per the outstanding warrant. He is currently being held in lieu of $37,500 bond.”

Vasconcelos is also being detained for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to a report by Houma Today.

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