One suspect video taped the attempted sexual encounter of the other suspect with a cow at a Herkimer farm, according to the New York State Police.
By H. Nelson Goodson
February 25, 2014
Herkimer, N.Y. - On Friday, New York State Police reported that both Reid A. Fontaine, 31, and Michael H. Jones, 35, were taken into custody and are facing one misdemeanor count each for sexual misconduct in connection with sexually abusing several cows from a Herkimer farm. The owner of the Herkimer farm had noticed that the cows seemed anxious and stopped producing milk, so he installed a video surveillance camera at the barn where the cows were located.
When the farmer review the footage, both Fontaine and Jones were seen molesting the cows. The farmer called State Police when noticed the cows were sexually abused by both suspects who were then taken into custody.
State Police say, Jones agreed to video tape Fontaine as he attempted to have sex with several cows. It's is not clear, if both suspects were video taping their sexual acts with cows as a fetish or for beastiality porno.
Fontaine resigned from his job at the Farmington School District after it was learned of his arrest. Fontaine worked as an IT network specialist for six months and voluntarily resigned on Friday night, but Fontaine had no contact with students, according to Kathleen Greider, the Farmington School District Superintendent. Greider also says, the Farmington Police Department was notified of Fontaine's arrest.
Both Fontaine and Jones were released on a signature bond and promised to appear in court at a later date.