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Bond increased for woman accused of murdering boyfriend

Shayna Hubers (Source: Campbell County Detention Center) Shayna Hubers (Source: Campbell County Detention Center)
Ryan Poston (Source: Dobbling Muehlenkamp Erschell Funeral Home) Ryan Poston (Source: Dobbling Muehlenkamp Erschell Funeral Home)
NEWPORT, KY (FOX19) -

Bond has been raised for a woman accused of murdering her boyfriend.

Shayna Hubers is currently being held at the Campbell County Detention Center. Her bond increased Wednesday morning to $5 million.

Hubers' attorney, Wil Zevely, tells FOX19 that the bond was raised overnight and he has no idea why.

Hubers is facing a murder charge in the death of her boyfriend, Ryan Poston, 29, a Cincinnati attorney. She was being held on a $2 million bond after her arrest.

Authorities responded to a residence in Highland Heights on Friday night and found Poston suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. A motive for the shooting has not been released.

Poston's family released another statement on Wednesday morning saying that any claims of self-defense by Hubers are 'absurd.'

A hearing will be at 9 a.m. in Campbell County Court.

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