The Columbia Tribune reports the investigation started with a Craigslist ad seeking two types of animals—one was a dog, police declined to comment on the other. Investigators responded to the ad, offering up a dog for sex, and Hill was arrested when he showed up to meet them.
"We are concerned for the well-being of Jerry...and we are also concerned with the well-being of Windermere," Windermere chairman of the board Arthur Mallory said, according to Baptist news site Word and Way. "Windermere will continue to function in a good way.... It is a significant piece of God's kingdom's work."
Windermere, a massive facility that includes a water park, spelunking caves, and a paintball course, bills itself as "a dedicated, Christ-like team" providing "a Christian setting in which life changing experiences may occur."
Hill is currently free after paying a $1,000 bond.