James Craig Naylor
Photographer: Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
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PHOENIX - A Mesa man busted in a bestiality case that stemmed from a Craigslist ad has been sentenced to 18 months of probation.
Court records show Maricopa County Superior Court Commissioner Jeffrey Rueter sentenced Craig James Naylor on Friday.
Naylor was arrested in August after he met with an undercover detective and a dog at a Mesa hotel following two months of negotiations.
He told authorities at the time that he sought a dog through the online ad for sexual gratification because he had been having marital problems.
Authorities seized two computers and a cell phone as part of the investigation.
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said Naylor's was the sixth arrest of its kind for the department over the past year.
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