REDDING, Conn. -- The Redding woman facing animal cruelty charges after she allegedly neglected two of her horses may be arrested again due to failure to make her Tuesday appearance in Danbury Superior Court, reported The News-Times.
Lisa Lind-Larsen failed to show up at her scheduled 9:30 a.m. appearance, said The News-Times.
When she failed to appear by 10:40 a.m., the judge made an order that she be re-arrested, according to The News-Times.
She also faces a failure to appear charge if she doesn't make it to court by 4 p.m., said The News-Times.
Lind-Larsen was charged in July 2014 with two counts of animal cruelty stemming from the alleged poor condition of her animals and their stalls, according to The News-Times.