Molestation, Bestiality- Things Yuma Man Cody Slaughter Learned Not to Disclose on Job Application
YUMA, ARIZONA — Cody Slaughter wanted a job with US Customs and Border Control (an organization we hear is quite busy in his state), so he perhaps believed that honesty was the best policy.
Slaughter, who is 22, subsequently felt full disclosure was best on his job application. Does that mean he admitted to a few traffic violations, or perhaps a DUI, or some previous firings?
Alas, such an admittance probably would have cost him any chance of an interview. But Slaughter’s disclosures went even deeper, and it’s probably safe to say the aspiring US Customs and Border Control agent should have just hit up Starbucks if he was in need of work rather than the strange course of action he took.
According to a local news source, Slaughter was the subject of a month-long investigation after he applied to the government job, and the accusations turned up were hair-raising and extensive in their scope. The site explains:
“Cody Slaughter, 22, of Somerton, is suspected of molesting a 2-year-old girl eight years ago, and having sexual contact with a pig, dog and horse, according to a sheriff’s office spokesman…”
“The sheriff’s office was originally contacted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection about possible criminal activity that was discovered during a pre-employment screening with Slaughter.”
However, say what you want about Cody Slaughter — the man is honest. He admitted the alleged crimes again to deputies when they came calling, and when a search warrant was served upon his home, evidence of the molestation as well as bestiality was turned up.
Slaughter was arrested on one count of sexual conduct with a minor and three counts of bestiality