Heidi Leuders Surrenders to Fairfield Police on Warrant for 5 Counts Animal Cruelty

Heidi Lueders. Jan 15, 2019 Photo courtesy Fairfield Police Dept

Heidi Lueders. Jan 15, 2019 Photo courtesy Fairfield Police Dept

On Tuesday, Fairfield Police have arrested Heidi Lueders and charged her with five counts of Animal Cruelty and Criminal Damage to Landlord’s property by a Tenant 1st Degree.

Back on Nov 14, 2018 at 3:59pm the Fairfield Police responded to 37 Prince St on a report of animal cruelty.

Inside, officers discovered several animal carcasses inside crates.

Fairfield Animal Control Officers and Detectives responded to the house to further investigate.

The remains were removed after a search warrant for the residence was conducted.

On Nov 29, 2018 the Fairfield Police Detective Bureau completed an arrest warrant for Lueders, 31, of Prince St in Fairfield.


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The Fairfield Police Detective Bureau then began coordinating the terms of her surrender.

On Tuesday, Lueders, who now resides in New Canaan, surrendered at Fairfield Police Headquarters. She was processed and released after posting a $50,000 court set bond.

Lueders is scheduled to appear in Bridgeport Superior court on January 29, 2019.

Original Story:

Arrest Warrant Issued for Woman in Connection to Deaths of Five Dogs

Heidi Lueders in 2013. Photo: Leslie Yager

Inside of 37 Prince Street in Fairfield, November 2018 Photo: Facebook

Heidi Lueders in 2013. Photo: Leslie Yager

Heidi Lueders in 2013. Photo: Leslie Yager

Heidi Lueders with others from Bully Breed Rescue at an adoption event in Greenwich in 2013. Photo: Leslie Yager

Photo circulated on Facebook of the inside of 37 Prince Street in Fairfield which was rented to Heidi Leuders.

Inside of 37 Prince Street in Fairfield, November 2018. Photo: Facebook