A border patrol applicant revealed his own molestation and bestiality actions in a job interview.
Cody Slaughter was arrested after U.S. Customs and Border Patrol notified Yuma County Sherriff Office of Slaughter’s actions.
During a pre-employment screening on July 2, the 22-year-old admitted that he molested a two-year-old girl eight years ago. He also admitted that he had sexual interactions with a dog, horse, and a pig and a history of drug use.
Slaughter confirmed his statements to police and he was arrested shortly after. He faces criminal charges of sexual conduct with a minor as well as three counts of bestiality.
He was released on July 10 since the Yuma County Attorney’s Office has not file charges yet.
Chief Criminal Deputy County Attorney Roger Nelson said charges would ultimately be filed.
Police officials also gained a search warrant and found items that linked Slaughter to his admitted offenses.