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Ohio woman guilty of bestiality now facing new, more serious charges


Bestiality offender Amber Finney may soon be able to add bank robber to her résumé.

A grand jury indicted Finney on charges she robbed a Chase bank 500 yards from a home where she was arrested in February. Police in Warren, Ohio, allegedly tracked Finney down by following a a trail of footprints from the bank to that house’s front porch, according to Ohio outlet WFMJ.

Cops believe Finney walked into the bank, handed a teller a note demanding $1,000 and told her “she didn’t want to hurt” the woman before making her slow getaway. She was reportedly carrying a large purse and wearing a hooded sweatshirt.

The 35-year-old robbery suspect made headlines in 2017 by being the first person in Ohio to plead guilty to newly implemented state laws prohibiting sex with animals. Finney was videotaped participating in intercourse with a dog on New Year’s Day and sentenced to six months incarceration. She served 30 days of that sentence and was still on probation for that charge at the time of the bank robbery.

Finney will reportedly be arraigned April 16.


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