Livermore Mom Heads to Court in Sex With Boys Case

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    Livermore Police
    Police booking photo of Christine Hubbs, the Livermore woman facing 67 counts of sexual assault charges.

    A Livermore woman charged with having sex with two teenage boys over the course of two years is scheduled to enter a plea in court today.

    Christine Shreeve Hubbs is charged with 67 sexual assault counts in connection to the case. Investigators say she sent sexually explicit messages and nude pictures of herself to the boys, who were 13 when the alleged crimes began, and coordinated times to pick them up in her Hummer to drive them around have sex with them in various parts of the city. She allegedly gave the boys gifts, bought them dinners, pre-paid gift cards and video game consoles.

    Hubbs is also expected to answer to charges stemming from a seperate incident in which she allegedly allowed a group of boys to fire Airsoft BB guns from her vehicle. She's also facing charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor in connection that incident.

    Investigators say the boys were around 10 years old and that they fired out the windows of the vehicle throughout various parts of the city. Nobody was seriously hurt by the pellets, police said.

    The sexual assault case busted wide open a few weeks ago when a parent of one of the boys in the boys involved showed police a nude picture of Hubbs that had been allegedly sent to the boy's cell phone. The BB gun allegations came during the sex assault investigation.

    Hubbs, who was arrested Aug. 5, has hired a lawyer and is scheduled to enter her plea in a Pleasanton courtroom at 1:30 p.m.