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Judge releases Boston teen accused of sexually assaulting a horse

3 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

A Wrentham District Court judge on Friday released a Boston teen allegedly caught on camera raping a horse in Norfolk .
Judge Michelle Fentress released Jackson Z. Kelley, 19, of Allston, on the conditions that he undergo a mental health evaluation, wear a GPS device and stay away from stables and all animals, including horses, pending a Sept. 13 hearing.
Assistant District Attorney had argued that Kelley should be detained because “animals are part of the community. Harming animals affects society at large.”
But Fentress said the prosecution had failed to prove that he was too dangerous...
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