Amber Hilberling accused of misconduct while serving time for 25 year sentence

Posted at 1:05 PM, Oct 25, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-25 14:05:56-04

TULSA – As authorities continue to investigate what led to Amber Hilberling’s death, the Department of Corrections released a history of misconduct she was allegedly involved in over the years. 

Amber Hilberling, 25, was found unresponsive in her cell this week, confirmed the Department of Corrections. Hilberling was still serving time for second degree murder in the death of her husband named Josh Hilberling. Police said Josh Hilberling was pushed out of a 25 story building in June 2011.

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The cause of death for Amber Hilberling has not yet been released but the medical examiner’s office is investigating.

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Hilberling did have instances of alleged misconduct during her time at the Mabel Bassett Correctional Facility. Starting in 2013, she was accused of indecent exposure and failed two drug tests.

  • Fighting with another inmate        January 25, 2016
  • Failed urine analysis - marijuana  January 25, 2016
  • Inmate was in unauthorized area  May 25, 2015 
  • Failure to obey verbal orders        May 25, 2015 
  • Inmate was in unauthorized area  November 21 ,2014
  • Inmate was in unauthorized area  October 26, 2014 
  • Failure to obey verbal orders        September 13, 2014 
  • Failure to obey verbal orders        September 2, 2014
  • Inmate was in unauthorized area  July 24, 2014 
  • Abusive/obscene language toward staff  July 22, 2014 
  • Failed urine analysis – methamphetamine  April 11, 2014
  • Indecent exposure                       March 27, 2014             
  • Possession of unauthorized identification   December 20, 2013