It's now officially illegal in Ohio for people to have sex with animals.
The state did not have anti-bestiality laws on the books until the change took effect last week, making sexual conduct or related acts with animals punishable by jail time and fines.
Pervert Stephen Kimberley has been jailed after he downloaded more than 1,800 indecent images of children.
The married 58-year-old – who was handed a three-year community sentence in 2010 after committing a similar offence – also had 20 videos of women having sex with dogs when police raided his home.
Magistrate David Heilpern said their names had been widely published in the media and said there was "clearly media interest in the matter".
He then raised the matter of public interest relating to the case, saying Parke was charged with a serious indictable offence of bestiality.
But the court heard investigators were still waiting for results from forensic tests, blood samples, fingerprint analysis and examination of items from the scene.
Non-publication order applications were also made on behalf of Parke and a second man charged over the same incident.
It was argued Parke may suffer embarrassment and distress if found not guilty, adverse commentary and trial by media.UPDATE, 4.20pm: THE SECOND man accused of committing acts of bestiality and animal cruelty in Nimbin late last year has had his matters heard in court.Similarly to his alleged partner in crime, Bradley Presbury did not appear before Lismore Local Court via video link.Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court heard the defendant came to the attention of police when officers monitored the content of online chat rooms.Prosecutor Guy Mathieson said: “His discussions involved talking about sexual offences against two young female children.