A woman who was found guilty of having sex with a dog has now been charged with bank robbery.
Amber Finney, 35, who was the first person to be convicted of bestiality in Ohio, was arrested shortly after allegedly robbing a Chase bank in Warren, Ohio in February after police followed her footprints in the snow to a nearby house.
Police say Finney walked into the bank wearing a large hooded sweatshirt and handed a teller a note demanding $1,000, saying that she didnt want to hurt the woman.
Finney fled the bank with the stolen money and was seen meeting up with a man in the parking lot before her arrest, WFMJ reported. The man was later identified to be 30-year-old Richard Williams, who has been charged in connection to the bank robbery.
Police said a 15-year-old boy also faces charges related to the heist, but authorities have not elaborated on the teens identity or the charges he faces.
After authorities followed Finneys tracks in the snow to the home she was hiding at, the owner went inside and brought the alleged her out to be arrested, police said.
She was taken to the Trumbull County jail and is set to appear in court on Thursday.
Finney, who has three paw prints tattooed on her left shoulder, is still on probation for her 2017 bestiality conviction after a video surfaced that showed her participating in a sex act with a dog.