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Leland KinkeyEAGLE POINT, OR – This happened earlier this month, but someone sent it to us and I couldn’t pass it up. Leland Kinkey has been accused of trying to rape his wife twice before killing a lamb with his bare hands.

Jackson County Sheriff deputies responding to a physical domestic dispute call arrived at a home to find 46-year-old Leland Kinkey running around his property naked and screaming. Kinkey allegedly told the deputies that he had killed a lamb by slamming it into a car, breaking its neck, because “he was trying to be a man.”

After detaining Kinkey, they got more details from witnesses at the scene. Deputies learned Kinkey had gotten angry an hour earlier earlier because of mechanical issues with a vehicle. Enraged, he went inside the home and tried to rape his wife. She was able to run out of the home, along with her two children, and jump into a van.

While trying to leave the property, Kinkey dragged her out of the van by her hair and began beating her. He then tried to rape the woman a second time, this time in front of the children. Two other adults who lived at the property intervened and called 911.

Kinkey was arrested on the suspicion of kidnapping, attempted rape, assault, strangulation and aggravated animal abuse. He is in the Jackson County jail on a $1,025,000 bail.

 

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