A horse trainer is locked up on a felony animal cruelty charge after Georgia cops obtained video showing him force-feeding a goat cocaine and whiskey.
Deputies with the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office yesterday arrested Sergio Palomares-Guzman, 28, at the farm in the city of Grayson where he lives and works.
Palomares-Guzman is being held in the county jail in lieu of $11,200 bond. However, he is also subject to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer, apparently due to his status as an alien.
Palomares-Guzman was busted after a tipster provided investigators with a video “featuring Palomares-Guzman holding the goat’s horns while a second male suspect inserted cocaine” into the animal’s nostril. Palomares-Guzman then allegedly opened the goat’s mouth and poured whiskey inside.
Palomares-Guzman shared the video that most likely made him “hooooooooorny.”
The goat, which Palomares-Guzman owned, “received a veterinary exam and was given a clean bill of health,”according to a sheriff’s spokesperson. The animal is now available for adoption via the Gwinnett County animal shelter. The goat will allegedly be sniffing a lot; talks too much about all his plans for the next day and then eventually take a 34 hour nap.