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Homeless Woman Accused Of Engaging In Sexual Activity With Good Samaritan's Dog

SOUTH OAKLAND (KDKA) – A homeless woman is facing charges after allegedly engaging in sexual activity with a dog following an act of kindness by a good Samaritan.

According to a criminal complaint, the incident happened at a home in the 3200-block of Dawson Street on Dec. 14.

The homeless woman, referred to as Jane Doe in the complaint, began a conversation with a woman inside a nearby Rite Aid store. She explained that she was homeless, four months pregnant and had nowhere warm to sleep.

The patron extended an invitation to Jane Doe to come back to her house for a warm meal.

When they arrived at the home, Jane Doe took a shower and was given a clean set of clothes by the homeowner.

Around 3 a.m. the homeowner came downstairs looking for her pit bull and observed Jane Doe engaging in sexual activity with the dog.

At that time, the homeowner demanded Jane Doe leave the home.

According to the complaint, Jane Doe became upset and threw a five-pound dumbbell through the glass storm door. In addition, she told police that she also broke some flower pots and garden lights because she was mad.

Jane Doe was arrested and is facing a list of charges including sexual intercourse with an animal, criminal mischief and defiant trespass.

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