Winston-Salem man arrested, charged with filming and participating in sex acts with dogs

A Winston-Salem man has been arrested and charged with filming and participating in sex acts with dogs, according to deputies from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office. Investigators said they received a tip on Monday that Timothy Blackmon, 42, was using a phone messaging app to sell videos of himself engaging in sex acts with dogs. MPs said evidence uncovered during their investigation led investigators to obtain a search warrant on Thursday. During the search warrant, deputies said two dogs were seized by animal services and taken into custody. Authorities said the dogs are now safe and in the care of the Forsyth Humane Society. Blackmon was arrested Thursday evening and charged with two counts of felony against nature. He appeared before the magistrate and his bond was set at $2,500. He is currently confined to the Forsyth County Law Enforcement Detention Center, deputies said. Deputies said their investigation is continuing and further charges are forthcoming. “The Forsyth County Sheriff‘s Office will always pursue justice and protect the rights of those who live in our county – two-legged or four-legged. It is our duty and animal rights oath to protect and protect the rights of man. We will always do what is moral, legal and right,” Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough Jr. said in a statement. Anyone with information related to this investigation is asked to call the county sheriff’s office from Forsyth at 336-727-2112.

A Winston-Salem man has been arrested and charged with filming and participating in sex acts with dogs, according to deputies from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office.

Investigators said they received a tip on Monday that Timothy Blackmon, 42, was using a phone messaging app to sell videos of himself engaging in sex acts with dogs.

MPs said evidence uncovered during their investigation led investigators to obtain a search warrant on Thursday.

During the search warrant, deputies said two dogs were seized by animal services and taken into custody.

Authorities said the dogs are now safe and in the care of the Forsyth Humane Society.

Blackmon was arrested Thursday evening and charged with two felony counts of felony against nature. He appeared before the magistrate and his bond was set at $2,500. It is currently limited to Forsyth County law enforcement detention center, deputies said.

Deputies said their investigation is continuing and further charges are forthcoming.

“The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office will always pursue justice and protect the rights of those who live in our county – two-legged or four-legged. It is our duty and oath to protect animal rights and human rights. We will always do what is moral, what is legal and what is right,” Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough Jr. said in a statement.

Anyone with information related to this investigation is asked to call the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office at 336-727-2112.


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Jennifer R. Strohm