Maricopa County Sheriff detectives interviewed James Naylor, the 47 year old Mesa resident arrested by Sheriff’s deputies for bestiality, a class 6 felony. In that interview, Naylor admitted he used Craigslist to connect with dog owners who would consider offering their pet canines to perform sexual acts with him.
According to MCSO, Naylor also stated that he had been experiencing marital difficulties resulting in a year-long sexless marriage and only was looking to “watch a dog in action.” The investigation shows Naylor posted a bestiality ad on Craigslist titled, “Bottom need hung tops – M4M” and “Willing to try hung K9 4 Fun too”.
On Monday, Sheriff’s detectives served a search warrant at the Naylor residence and seized two computers as evidence. Naylor’s car was also searched resulting in finding the cell phone used to correspond with undercover detectives during the course of the investigation.
Naylor’s arrest marks the sixth arrest of this kind involving Craigslist as the vehicle through which people interested in bestiality post ads looking for dogs as sex partners.
Arpaio will now send a third letter to Craigslist President/CEO Jim Buckmaster demanding him to help stop these crimes from being committed using the popular website. All pleas to Buckmaster have so far been ignored.