Having sex with a horse (a.k.a. buggery) got Rodell Vereen three years in the slammer. Did I mention that he was already on probation for having sex with the same horse?
November 5, 2009
I don’t know what goes through the minds of some individuals, but this one had us dazed and confused at Too Old when this one came across the wire. We first read that Rodell Vereen had a problem with the horses. On first glance you might think that he has a gambling problem, but he has a different type of addiction. Its with chopping down horse backs. No, he is not killing them and cutting them up, he is sexing them up. Yes, a modern day bestiality freak. And we have the video!
You are sick. we don’t have the video and would not want to watch a dude chop down a horse.
A Longs man was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday after he admitted to a Circuit Court judge he had sexual intercourse with a Conway woman’s horse.
Rodell Vereen, 50, pleaded guilty to buggery and trespassing after he was charged in July when the woman found him in her barn at Lazy B Stables in the Wampee community of Horry County, police said. The woman pointed a shotgun at him until police arrived.
Circuit Court Judge Larry Hyman also sentenced Vereen to three years in prison for violating his probation relating to another buggery charge from a 2007 incident involving the same horse at the same stable.Rodell Vereen (right) is motionless as Ed Chrisco tries to explain Vereen’s repeated buggery charges at the Horry County Courthouse on Wednesday. What do you think that he could of said in that proceeding? Your honor, I am sorry that my client is totally out of his mind. He likes big butts and he cannot lie… (cue Sir Mix A Lot)
A South Carolina man caught on video having sex with a horse was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison after pleading guilty for the second time in two years to abusing the creature.
Rodell Vereen was also ordered never to go near the stable where the horse’s owner caught him and held him for authorities at shotgun point over the summer. He apologized to the woman and to himself after admitting to buggery at the Horry County courthouse.
“I’m sorry about what I’ve done. I didn’t mean to do it. It’s my fault. I’m sorry for what I’ve done to myself,” Vereen said during Wednesday’s court hearing.
The sentences will run concurrently.
“I’m sorry about what I’ve done,” Vereen said. “I didn’t mean to do it. It’s my fault. I’m sorry for what I’ve done to myself.”
Hyman sentenced Vereen to five years in prison on the latest buggery charge, but suspended it to three years in prison and two years of probation. Vereen also was ordered to undergo mental health treatment once he is released from jail and was told not to go near Lazy B Stables.
In July 2008, Vereen, who owns a landscaping business, pleaded guilty to the same charge after he was caught Thanksgiving Day of 2007 having sex with the same horse.
“I’ve been through hell for the last year, and it’s caused a lot of hardship,” said Barbara Kenley, who owns the horse. “There’s a lot of ridicule and jokes going around about this thing. And a person can only take so much.”
The woman told police she caught Vereen having sex with a 21-year-old female horse named Sugar. She told officers she had video of Vereen “having relations” with one of her horses on July 19, according to a police report.
Before the plea, Hyman found Vereen was competent to take part in a plea.
But Vereen’s attorney, Ed Chrisco, said he had concerns about Vereen receiving the mental help he needs in prison.
“He openly talks about abnormal sexual impulses,” Chrisco said during the hearing. “A person who thinks having sex with dogs, chickens, cows and horses and talks about it in routine terms, there’s something disturbed in the mind.”
Vereen also had prior convictions of burglary from 1991 and 1995. Vereen has been registered as a sex offender since pleading to the buggery charge last year, according to the State Law Enforcement Division.
Rodell had his life somewhat together. He owned a landscaping business. Now, he will be in the mental ward in prison if he is lucky. I think that people will leave him alone, just because of the nature of the crime.