Flush with dark web profits, Hubbard regularly hit the Bitcoin kiosk at Pioneer Place mall, exchanging cyber currency for cash.
The love between her and Hubbard lingers in the midwestern ether.
She got into meth and heroin.
In March 2016, Hubbard pled guilty to money laundering and two drug charges resulting in death, receiving life in prison.
Before it all descended into a comedy of errors tinged with tragedy, Hubbard and Lacey used the newest technology to sell a cutting-edge chemical so potent that only two grains of rice worth could kill.
But it was a 2005 incident in Maui that would shape his destiny: a high-speed bicycle crash into a guard rail that paralyzed his right arm.
But they were settling in domestically, catching movies, and getting frappuccinos at the Starbucks around the corner.