US Marshals searching for woman with history of burglary
Cynthia Huster, 38, is wanted for a supervised release violation and parole violation. Her initial charges stem from an incident in 2011.
"She was sentenced on two counts for felon in possession of a firearm which gave her 41 months in the bureau of prisons followed by three years supervised release," said Deputy U.S. Marshal Brandon Filla.
Since her release, Huster has violated her probation several times.
"She failed a drug test with probation in August and July where she tested positive for methamphetamine," said Filla.
Huster has a long criminal history dating back to 2001.
"Mainly her criminal history pertains to narcotics, burglary, theft, larceny, those type of felony crimes," said Filla.
She's been known to work in the Williamson County area sometimes in a mechanics shop or selling cars.
"She also works in the adult entertainment business and we know she's had employment in the Round Rock area," said Filla.
Huster was last known to be at an address in South Austin, at the 1000 block of S. Center St.
"We believe she's in that area or has been recently in that area," said Filla.
U.S. Marshals believe a family member or boyfriend could be helping her and they have a warning for that person.
"They can also be prosecuted and we'll bring that attention to the U.S. attorney for someone who's hindering apprehension, aiding and abetting a fugitive from justice," said Filla.
Cynthia Huster is 5'6" and weighs 178 pounds. If you have any information on her whereabouts call the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force at 512-800-4213.