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Christopher Jackson, Man Accused Of Branding Woman's Vagina, Arrested On Suspicion Of Bestiality

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Maricopa County Sheriff
Maricopa County Sheriff

A Chandler, Ariz. man accused of burning his initials onto the genitals of at least one woman was arrested again on Monday, after sheriff's deputies allegedly found pornographic videos featuring a dog at his home.

Christopher Jackson, 47, was arrested on suspicion of bestiality after police found the home movies while executing a search on his home in connection with the branding case, according to the Arizona Republic.

“If you saw the video, you’d be pretty sick,” Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said, according to the newspaper. “We weren’t expecting this.”

Police also arrested 61-year-old Josephine Erikson, who they say is seen in the videos participating in sex acts involving Jackson's male German Shepard. Jackson and another woman, whom authorities are still searching for, also appear in the bestiality porn.

Detectives removed the dog from Jackson's home and are currently taking care of it, according to ABC Phoenix.

Both Jackson and Erikson are in jail on bestiality charges.

Jackson was arrested Sept. 3 after police claim he drugged his girlfriend and branded his initials, "CJ" onto her vaginal area.

The woman awoke in severe pain in Jackson's bed. She told police that Jackson bragged that he'd done the same thing to other women in the past and explained he did it because "her vagina was his," according to court documents obtained by the Phoenix New Times.

Police recovered a butane torch and branding tool from Jackson's home in a search, CBS reported earlier this month.

"That's pretty crazy and kind of scary," Brett Schneidt, a neighbor, told Fox Phoenix at the time of Jackson's initial arrest. "I've lived here next to him for 12 years and he always seemed like a normal, calm guy."

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