Woman held for driving drunk, fleeing accident

By By BEN RAYMOND LODE / Niles Daily Star
NILES -- A woman was arrested in Niles on Wednesday pending charges of allegedly operating a vehicle with an unlawful blood alcohol level and fleeing the scene of an accident.
Lisa Renee Hubbard, 27, 953 Birch St., Niles, was arrested after a police officer made contact with her at her home, the police report said.
Prior to making contact with Hubbard, a witness told police Hubbard's vehicle was involved in an accident earlier.
Hubbard allegedly told the officer she drove the vehicle home because she lives right around the corner of where the accident took place.
Police performed sobriety tests on Hubbard, which she allegedly did not pass.
Hubbard was arrested and transported to the Niles City Police Department where she was booked and lodged with no bond.

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