Men accused of sex with dog in Evangeline Parish Men accused of sex with dog in Evangeline Parish Acadiana bureau Feb. 13, 2013 Comments Two Pine Prairie men are facing charges of crimes against nature after they admitted to having sex with a dog, authorities said Friday. Joshua Granger, 26, and Nathan Wells, 23, who were roommates, were arrested Feb. 1 after Louisiana State Police received a complaint from Memphis, Tenn., about animal cruelty, Evangeline Parish sheriff’s Detective Mike Perry said. Bond for both men was set at $7,500, Perry said. By 10 a.m. Friday, Wells had bonded out while Granger remained in jail, Perry said. State Police and sheriff’s detectives interviewed the men separately, and both admitted to having sex with a Siberian Husky that was found at their residence, 1628 Ash St., and sex with another dog that was not at the residence, Perry said. “Granger admitted that there is video and images on his computer of these acts …,” Perry said in a news release. The dog was examined at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine, which found no internal injuries to the dog, the Humane Society of Louisiana said in a news release.