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Former vet in court over charges of having sex with animals

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Former vet in court over charges of having sex with animals

A former vet who is wanted in England to face charges of having sex with animals and possession of extreme pornographic material has appeared in the High Court on foot of an extradition warrant.a man wearing a hat© Provided by Extra.ie

Oliver Lown, 35, was arrested in Donegal on Monday and is wanted in the UK to face 12 charges, which also include allegations of making indecent images of children.

The warrant states that 1,219 extreme pornographic images were recovered from Mr Lown’s laptop as well as 3,512 extreme pornographic videos. The warrant also states that Mr Lown is charged with offences including sexual activity with a living animal, making indecent photographs of children and possessing extreme pornographic images of sexual acts with animals.a train crossing a bridge over a river: Former vet Oliver Lown who is wanted in England to face charges of having sex with animals and possession of extreme pornographic material has appeared in the High Court on foot of an extradition warrant. Pic: Getty Images© Provided by Extra.ie Former vet Oliver Lown who is wanted in England to face charges of having sex with animals and possession of extreme pornographic material has appeared in the High Court on foot of an extradition warrant. Pic: Getty Images

Mr Lown, with an address at Main Road, Kesgrave, Suffolk, England, was arrested by detectives from the Garda’s Extradition Unit on Monday and taken to Letterkenny Garda Station following the endorsement of a European Arrest Warrant issued by police in Suffolk.

The former vet – struck off in 2014 after videos found in his possession showed him engaging in sex with a dog and a horse – appeared before Judge Paul Burns in the High Court yesterday wearing a face mask, an orange jacket and trousers.

Detective Sergeant Jim Kirwan of the Garda Extradition Unit told Aoife Carroll BL, for the State, that he called to an address at Gortnaskea near Letterkenny at 6.37pm, where he arrested Mr Lown.a person wearing a hat: Oliver Lown, 35, was arrested in Donegal on Monday and is wanted in the UK to face 12 charges, which also include allegations of making indecent images of children. Pic: Facebook© Provided by Extra.ie Oliver Lown, 35, was arrested in Donegal on Monday and is wanted in the UK to face 12 charges, which also include allegations of making indecent images of children. Pic: Facebook

Det Sgt Kirwan said that Mr Lown agreed that his name was Oliver Lown and that one of the aliases he used was Ollie Fraser Henderson, while his place of birth was in Ipswich in the UK. The detective said he showed Mr Lown a photograph which he agreed was him.

Det Sgt Kirwan told Mr Lown the warrant related to 12 offences over images found on a PC laptop on April 4, 2019 in Kesgrave, Suffolk. The detective said he read the summary of offences contained in the warrant to the respondent and asked him whether he knew what they were about, and that Mr Lown indicated he did. Mr Lown was then taken to Letterkenny station. Det Sgt Kirwan told Kieran Kelly BL, for the respondent, that the warrant stated that Mr Lown seemed to be in breach of his bail in the UK.

After Det Sgt Kirwan gave evidence, Judge Burns informed Mr Lown of his rights and told him that he is entitled to voluntarily surrender himself to the UK authorities between now and the hearing date. The judge fixed February 26 as the date for the full hearing of the extradition case. He remanded Mr Lown in custody until that date.a castle with water in front of a building: Mr Lown, with an address at Main Road, Kesgrave, Suffolk, England, was arrested by detectives from the Garda’s Extradition Unit on Monday and taken to Letterkenny Garda Station following the endorsement of a European Arrest Warrant issued by police in Suffolk. Pic: Shutterstock© Provided by Extra.ie Mr Lown, with an address at Main Road, Kesgrave, Suffolk, England, was arrested by detectives from the Garda’s Extradition Unit on Monday and taken to Letterkenny Garda Station following the endorsement of a European Arrest Warrant issued by police in Suffolk. Pic: Shutterstock

The former vet was struck off in 2014 after being found guilty of five charges by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in London. The UK warrant states that a police officer and a probation officer attended a house on Main Street, Kesgrave, Suffolk, on April 4, 2019. They were informed by the occupants that their son, Mr Lown, lived in the annexe above their garage with another man, according to the warrant.

The warrant also states that the other man is a registered sex offender and that the purpose of the visit was to ascertain where this man was residing.

The warrant states that Mr Lown threw a laptop into a pond to evade its inspection and was subsequently arrested. The laptop was found to contain thousands of extreme pornographic images and videos, the warrant states. The warrant also states that police attended Burrell Road, Ipswich, on August 29, 2019, where Mr Lown was present, and that he was arrested on suspicion of making, taking, possessing and distributing indecent images of children.

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