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Jeffery Edward Bynner

The case of a Brunswick County man accused of committing crimes against nature with a Chihuahua was continued until next month.

Jeffery Edward Bynner, 24, of 4302 Alligator Road in Ash, has been charged with committing crimes against nature with the dog sometime between March 1 and March 31, according to warrant information.

According to Brunswick County Clerk of Court records, Bynner will make his next appearance on the felony charge in Brunswick County District Court on June 7.

The charge of crimes against nature is generally related to “offenses against public morality and decency,” according Article 26 of the North Carolina General Statutes.

Shallotte defense attorney Mike Ramos has been appointed as Bynner’s counsel, according to clerk of court records.

Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Spokeswoman Emily Flax said detectives are continuing their investigation into this case.

Bynner was arrested Monday, May 20, and taken to the Brunswick County Detention Center, where he remains under a $10,000 secured bond.