MSU employee charged with two counts of bestiality
LANSING, Mich. – A Michigan State University employee is charged with a 15-year felony for alleged bestiality.
The Attorney General Bill Schuette charged Joseph Hattey of two counts of committing a crime against nature, which is also known as bestiality.
Officials said Hattey allegedly penetrated a dog with both his hand and penis.
The dog has been removed from harm while Ingham County officials investigate this case.
Joseph Hattey, 51, has been an employee at MSU since 2002.
According to Linkedin, Hattey worked as a Laboratory Technologist for the MSU Diagnostic Center of Population and Animal Health for 12 years.