An Albion woman who, according to her Facebook page, claims to be a volunteer first responder was charged with checking into the hospital in an effort to get a prescription for a controlled substance.

CANANDAIUGA — Police say that an Albion woman tried to use an alias at the hospital in an effort to get a prescription.

On Thursday, Krystle Hughson, 36, was charged with first degree falsifying business documents after she allegedly went to Thompson Hospital using a fake name trying to score a prescription for a controlled substance.

Hughson was processed at the Canandaigua Police Department then transported to the Ontario County Jail. Further charges against Hughson are pending.

Hughson states on her Facebook page that she is a "firefighter/emt basic" at the Albion Fire Department.

Police say that Hughson was at the hospital as a patient and the act was not in conjunction with any roll in the fire department.