PHOENIX (AP) - An unemployed Mesa handyman accused of trying to arrange to have sex with dogs in Phoenix has been sentenced to two years of supervised probation.
Maricopa County prosecutors said Tuesday that 47-year-old Keith D. Kiefer pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bestiality.
Kiefer and 25-year-old Patrick Stephen Trejo of Phoenix both were arrested in the case in February.
Authorities say the men used the Internet to connect with dog owners who offered their canines for sex. The men were taken into custody after they allegedly agreed to meet a dog handler at a hotel.
Trejo is on administrative leave from a west Phoenix middle school where he's a music teacher.
He has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit bestiality and is awaiting trial.