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St. John’s County Man James Lee Lyons Accused of Bestiality

James LyonsA North Florida man has been arrested and accused of sex crimes against a dog.

James Lee Lyons, 52, of St. John’s County was arrested for animal cruelty and sexual activities involving an animal, WOKV reports.

Lyons is a convicted sexual predator who was released from prison two years ago after serving time for sexual battery on a child and sexual act with a child while in a familial role in 1998.

A neighbor notified the St. John’s County Sheriff’s Office after two of his dogs wandered into Lyons’ yard on Saturday and one of the canines was seen being carried by the suspect. After its encounter with Lyons, the dog was acting withdrawn and had injuries consistent with sexual assault. A veterinary examination confirmed that the dog had likely been assaulted.

WAWS reports the female dog had injuries to its vulva as well as its rectum.

Lyons is being held in the St. John’s County Jail.

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  1. TracyAugust 7, 2013 at 9:49 amReply

    I am the owner of the home who’s tenants dog was abused by this predator. I have created a facebook page “Together Against Predators” Please like, follow and share my page. I am going to do everything I can to make tougher laws! I have contacted the Senator, House of Representatives, Nan Rich ect… Not only do I want to make the laws tougher, I believe there should be a law that a sexual predator would be required to disclose that he/she is a sexual predator when purchasing property. I know the man that sold Mr. Lyons this property and he would never have sold it to him and his co-owner. Lyons will be arraigned on Tuesday Aug. 13, 2013 and it is my understanding he is pleading not guilty (even after confessing). Our Laws need to be changed and we the people are the only ones that can do that! Please help me fight so other animals, children and families don’t have to go through this.

    • Brett WilkinsAugust 7, 2013 at 2:53 pmReplyAuthor

      I think requiring predators to disclose this when purchasing property is a violation of their rights. You do believe predators still have rights as American citizens, don’t you? People should certainly have a right to know when predators are living nearby, however.

  2. TracyAugust 17, 2013 at 7:37 amReply

    In my case, I just lost the sale of my house because of Lyons, where are my rights?????????? I did nothing to deserve this! As well as my neighbors, they will never sell their houses either, no one wants to live next to a predator. If you think it is okay, will you buy my house? Predators gave up their rights when they chose to prey on animals and children as our communities are not safe! Also, there is a big difference between Offenders and Predators!

    • Brett WilkinsAugust 17, 2013 at 8:17 amReplyAuthor

      Please show me where in the Constitution it says “predators give up their rights when they chose to prey on animals and children.”

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