Treadmills and a rape stand are among the items found in the home of a former Bibb County Deputy accused of dog fighting, according to an arrest warrant.
Former Bibb Sheriff's Corrections Deputy Sheryl Smith's arrest warrant states that authorities found a rape stand, used for forced breeding of dogs, medicines and directions for administering those drugs along with supplies used to clean eight dogs before fighting at a house on Dalton Street.
According to Smith's arrest warrant, all of these items were kept in plain view just outside the back door in a fenced area.
Felix Houghes and Bruce Davis were arrested on charges of dog fighting earlier in June after Bibb Sheriff's Patrol Deputies responded to a call at the residence where Smith lived to assist Animal Welfare Officers in reference to some injured dogs. An investigation was conducted which revealed evidence of dog fighting at the residence.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office fired Smith on Monday and she was arrested the same day. She was released from the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center Monday after posting bond.