A Burns man has been sentenced to 30 days in jail and two years on probation for illegally spying on two female relatives. 52-year-old Garth Allen Vaive of Beechwood Way pleaded guilty Wednesday to four counts of unlawfully photographing two female residents by using surveillance cameras concealed in stuffed animals. He was originally indicted last year on 14 counts. Under a plea bargain agreement entered in Dickson County Circuit Court, Vaive pleaded guilty to two charges involving each victim. The remaining 10 charges were dismissed by the state. Vaive was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days on each count, to be suspended after serving 30 days in jail with two years to be served on probation. Vaive will serve his 30 days on weekends beginning Saturday and will receive credit for time already served. Investigators said Vaive concealed mini-video cameras in two stuffed animals that were placed in bedrooms of his home where two different adult female relatives were staying from April to June 2012.