Dog Trainer Gets Prison Time for Fake Evidence
A woman who once was recognized as one of the nation’s best trainers and handlers of cadaver-sniffing dogs was sentenced to 21 months in prison for planting bones and other fake evidence in cases she worked.
Sandra M. Anderson, 43, of Sanford pleaded guilty in March to five felony charges, including obstruction of justice.
She apologized in court before sentencing. “I lost track of why I was offering my services.”
U.S. District Court Judge Patrick J. Duggan ordered Anderson to pay more than $14,500 in restitution to several law enforcement agencies.