Marshall man accused of misdemeanor sexual misconduct, bestiality

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Editor's note: To the anonymous person who keeps suggesting an edit to the headline of this story: Check your dictionary. All the words are spelled correctly.


A Marshall man was arrested Monday, Nov. 8, on suspicion of sexual abuse and bestiality, according to a Saline County Sheriff's Department report.

Wednesday, Nov. 10, Wesley R. Wolfe, 74, was charged with two counts of class A misdemeanor first-degree sexual misconduct and two counts of class A misdemeanor first-degree unlawful sex with an animal, according to unofficial online court documents.

Wolfe allegedly fondled a woman while she was sleeping on several occasions from December 2009 through June 2010. After suspecting something was going on while she slept, the woman arranged to video tape encounters with the man, which she turned over to sheriff's deputies, according to the report.

The video tapes allegedly show Wolfe having sexual contact with a dog.

Contact Eric Crump at ecrump@marshallnews.com