Sentencing delayed in bestiality case

TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Sentencing of a Tulsa man who pleaded no contest to committing crimes against nature is being delayed.

Donald Roy Seigfried was to be sentenced Tuesday but his attorney asked for more time to review a pre-sentence report and the sentence given to co-defendant Diane Sue Whalen.

Tulsa Count District Judge William Kellough delayed sentencing until Jan. 26.

Seigfried was accused of videotaping Whalen having sex with dogs. Both pleaded no contest in the case and Whalen was given a five-year suspended sentence.

The dogs were forfeited to the sheriff and sent to a rehabilitation center in Utah.


Information from: The Oklahoman,

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