COLUMBIA, Tenn. – A man who was at a farm in Washington state where a man was fatally injured having sex with a horse five years ago pleaded no contest Monday to having sex with animals on a farm in Tennessee.
The Maury County sheriff's office on Thursday said 58-year-old James Michael Tait was sentenced to 10 years of probation.
The owner of the farm, 44-year-old Kenny Thomason, pleaded guilty on Tuesday and was given two years of probation.
The pair was arrested in October.
On the farm in Washington in 2005, Tait videotaped another man having sex with a horse.
That man died of internal injuries and the case led to a new law in Washington against bestiality.
Tait was convicted of trespassing and given a suspended sentence.