Niagara Gazette — "They said they had come to the house to visit relatives," Palermo said. "But no relatives came out of the home as they were being questioned by police for, oh, 20 minutes."
Hubbard's troubles continued after she was booked into the city jail. Rodriguez said a jailer, on a routine cell check, made a disturbing discovery.
"She found (Hubbard), sitting on the (cell) toilet, removing a bag of pills from her body," Rodriquez said.
The jailer seized the pills, which included Oxycodone and Oxycontin tablets, 26 in all.
Hubbard was then charged with two more counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, promoting prison contraband and tampering with physical evidence.