NJ man allegedly threatened farmers who denied him intercourse with animals


A New Jersey man was arrested for asking native farmers permission to have intercourse with their animals — after which threatening the farmers and damaging their vehicles when refused, a report mentioned.

Richard Decker, 31, started sending the messages to Sussex County farms and horse stables in 2018, asking the animal caregivers if he might have intercourse with their cows and horses, the New Jersey Herald reported.

When he was rejected by the farmers, Decker allegedly despatched threats and positioned do-it-yourself steel spikes on their driveways to break their tires, in keeping with the report.

In a single case, he threatened to beat a farmer’s spouse with a wood stick when denied permission.

A number of of the property homeowners reported their tires had been broken by the spikes.

Decker was arrested in Vernon Township on Oct. three after police searched his dwelling.

Inside they discovered a do-it-yourself .22-caliber gun, arrows with explosives hooked up, and steel spikes just like these used on the farms.

He was ordered held with out bail pending his trial in November.