A man and woman from Livingston Parish face 250 counts of crimes against nature related to bestiality after law enforcement raided their house Thursday during a child porn investigation, according to a State Police spokesman.
State Police began an undercover investigation in August and found evidence of the child pornography at the Denham Springs home of Minton Morris, 56, and Nina Morris, 52, Trooper First Class Bryan Lee said.
Investigators obtained a search warrant and found evidence not only of child porn, but “discovered evidence of the production of bestiality pornography” and narcotics, Lee continued. Detectives found four images indicative of child pornography and about an ounce of marijuana, among other narcotics, the Louisiana State Police news release says.
Nina Morris and Minton Morris were booked into the Livingston Parish Detention Center on possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, in addition to the 250 counts of crimes against nature. Minton Morris was also booked on four counts of possession of child pornography and one count of distribution of child pornography.
Nina Morris’ bond has been set at $6.3 million and Minton Morris’ at $6.8 million.
No additional information was provided about their relationship, where the crimes occurred or about the bestiality accusations were available Friday afternoon.