Ohio Woman Amber Finney, who was placed on five years of probation in 2017 for banging a dog, just can’t seem to stay out of trouble because here we are in 2019 and now she’s been indicted for robbing a bank in Warren, Ohio. If you thought going on probation for banging a dog would straighten her out, you’d be wrong because here she is having more trouble with the fuzz.
According to police, employees at the bank said a woman, later identified as Finney, walked into the bank and handed a teller a note. Finney was reportedly carrying a large purse, with her face covered in a hood, and told the teller “she did not want to hurt her.”
The teller reportedly told Finney that she could only dispense $1,000 at a time. A report says Finney took the $1.000 and walked out of the bank. Bank employees reportedly told police they saw Finney walk outside and meet up with a man who was standing in the parking lot.
Police say they were able to follow footprints in the snow behind several houses on Haymaker, and then north toward the front porch of a home on Ward Street NW.
In the 2017 incident, police say Amber was on video performing a sex act on a dog. She said at the time that she was drugged, but that didn’t work with the police.
WKBN received a video from a viewer showing a woman participating in a sex act with a dog and brought it to police. Police then began an investigation.
Last summer, Warren became the first Ohio city to make bestiality illegal.
Under the new law, the crime is considered a misdemeanor but would allow for the removal of the animals until the end of the investigation or trial.
This is a good time to remind you of states where bestiality is still legal: Hawaii, Colorado, New Mexico, District of Columbia, Kentucky and West Virginia.