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Inmate injured after throwing self from jail’s second floor

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UPDATE: According to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, Crystal Hubbard signed an unsecured bond of $30,000 at CMC – Main and later signed herself out, against medical advice. The extent of her injuries and her current condition are unknown.

ANNIE BLACKBURN
Staff Writer

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported that Crystal Jones Hubbard, 34, of 1841 Ellick Drive, Newton, was seriously injured around 2:15 p.m. on Sunday after intentionally jumping over a second-floor railing at the county detention center.
According to a Sheriff’s Office press release, Hubbard complained of sickness earlier Sunday and had vomited.
She was allowed to go to the showers to clean up. Hubbard waited for a jail trustee to leave the area, moved back to where her cell was located and jumped through the second and third railings on the walkway, falling 20 feet to the cement floor below.
Hubbard was taken to CMC-Lincoln after sustaining possible head and internal injuries. After being stabilized, she was airlifted to CMC-Main in Charlotte.
Hubbard was arrested Friday in connection with the Sheriff’s Office Operation Play 60, a round-up of suspected drug dealers. As of press time, no updates have been reported related to her condition.

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