In a great case of Karma and Florida crime! A Florida woman convicted of intentionally drowning a puppy in an airport bathroom was arrested in front of a pet store Thursday on a DUI charge, according to the Edgewater Police Department.
A K-9 officer apprehended Cynthia Anderson, 59, according to a news release
“Don’t drive intoxicated and definitely don’t kill puppies,” the Edgewater Police Department wrote on its Facebook page.
In 2015, Anderson was convicted of drowning a 3-week-old puppy in a bathroom at a Nebraska airport because the canine was too young to board the flight.
Officials said Anderson violated her probation earlier this year when a tipster told authorities that she had a dog in her possession, even though the court barred her from owning animals.
She was arrested in March in connection with that violation of probation.
Details of Anderson’s DUI arrest on Thursday were not immediately available.