GREENE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) – An Amazon driver has been charged with taking goods, not delivering them.

“I feel really angry,” said Alma Garcia.

Garcia was just coming home from work last week, when only one of her two dogs was waiting. In that moment, Garcia checked her cameras and couldn't believe what she saw.

“And that's when I see the Amazon person taking. She just grabbed her and walked away,” she said.

Luli, their one-and-a-half-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, was taken from her own front yard allegedly by an Amazon driver, who was supposed to be dropping off cookie cutters.

“I was able to identify the driver and get the home address. So, I responded to that location. The dog was there. I took the dog back and returned it to its family and then charges were placed Monday morning,” said Deputy Kasey Breeden, the chief of animal control at the Greene County Sheriff’s Office.

43-year-old Holly Clements of Waynesboro is charged with felony larceny of an animal, a crime that could carry up to 10 years in jail.

Garcia is just relieved that Luli and her other dog Ramon are back together.

“It was the reaction that her and Ramon had. They were running around like crazy. If that happens right on my front porch, on my patio, that could even happen to a kid as well,” she said.

Deputy Breeden said this is the first time she's investigated a delivery driver stealing a pet.

“I would hope, in our county, that you could leave your dogs outside on your property and not be in fear of someone removing them,” she said.

Clements was released on bond and will make her first court appearance next week.