Pope Co. Man Accused of Bestiality, Arrested for Breaking into Animal Shelter

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POPE COUNTY, AR – A Pope Co. man who was arrested on bestiality charges earlier this month, has been arrested again for attempting to break into a Pope County animal shelter.

On Friday, Pope County Sheriff’s Office investigators learned that Johnathan Ford, 32, who had previously been arrested, charged and released on bond for Bestiality, had attempted to break into the Russellville Animal Shelter.

Ford was arrested on a charge of Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Commercial Burglary and was booked into the Pope County Detention Center.

According to a news release, Ford appeared before District Court on Monday and was given a $50,000 bond.

The Pope County Sheriff’s Office says Ford remains in jail at this time.

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