A Wichita Falls woman heads to prison for seven years after she made pleas on several charges including burglaries and credit card abuse involving the elderly.
Micah Marie Hubbard, 28, received seven years for tampering with evidence and burglary and 15 months for possession of a controlled substance, theft of a firearm and burglary.
Hubbard was arrested in June and charged with burglaries and theft in Wichita County while other charges are pending in Archer and Cooke counties.
Police officers said they found her fingerprints on at the scene of a Wichita Falls residence where three cars were broken into in May where a handgun and tools were also taken. Two weeks later, she was arrested in Archer County when surveillance video from a nearby store showed the suspects’ U-Haul pickup.
More than $6,000 worth of items were taken from a residence including credit cards used later in Wichita Falls.
Police said one store’s surveillance video showed Hubbard and a Hispanic male using a stolen card. The male suspect was later arrested after he fled from police and crashed into a utility pole.
Court records show Hubbard has been given three previous prison terms and has convictions including four for theft and assault of a public servant.