Pennsylvania police officials recently declared that a fifth suspect in the case of the fetish-themed furry parties had been taken into custody. Kenneth Feske, a 57-year-old male from Quakertown, was charged with involuntary deviant sexual intercourse with a minor, child rape, and unlawful contact with a minor. Officials believe that Feske is part of a larger pedophile ring and that the 14-year-old boy might not have been the only victim.
Recently, the Pennsylvania authorities have taken Kenneth Feske into custody. Feske and four other suspects stand accused of organizing fetish-themed furry parties, during which they raped an eight-year-old boy.
According to court documents, the child who lives with his grandmother has been sexually over a period of seven to eight years by Feske and his associates. Feske, along with David R. Parker, Craig Knox, Jeffrey Harvey, and Stephen Taylor would organize orgy-like parties during which they dressed up as furry animals.
The officials declared that during these fetish parties, Feske would dress up like a red fox, and like to be called Lupine. Furthermore, the evidence points out that, on three or four occasions, Feske would also dress up in a Tony the Tiger costume before sexually abusing the boy, who was eight-years-old at the time Feske and the other organized the Furry parties.
As the investigation approaches its end, new and unsavory details emerge. For example, according to the child’s testimony, Craig Knox, one of the suspects involved in the pedophile ring, keeps at least 9 Rottweilers at his home in Virginia and has been previously charged with bestiality crimes.
The boy also said that Feske would often invite him at his Quakertown home to play on his Xbox console. After the other had arrived, Feske would take the boy up to his room, where he raped him.
The authorities fear that the boy, who turned 14 this year, might not be the only victim of Feske’s furry sex ring. As for the suspects, the police officials declared that both Taylor and Feske have posted bail and are now preparing for the trial.
At the moment, the investigators are trying to establish whether the 14-year-old boy has been the only child abused during Feske’s furry parties or not. For the time being, the boy has been placed in foster care, pending the outcome of the trial. The police officials refused to offer any details regarding the boy’s family.
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