Cops said 31-year-old Carla J. Murphy, went ballistic on hospital staff while high on Blizzard two days after giving birth to a son last month.
Police reports reveal Murphy's June arrest was not the first time the Altoona mother had been arresting on disturbing drug related charges.
Nurses at Altoona Regional reportedly found Murphy rolling around on the floor naked, incoherent, and quite combative.
They told police she couldn't answer basic questions and attacked staff when they tried to restrain her. Kicking, punching, and even biting a cop.
Police believe her bizarre behavior was brought on by synthetic, designer drug, Blizzard.
According to the criminal complaint, Murphy was smoking bath salts in the maternity ward, sneaking the powerful, psychotic stimulant into the hospital by hiding the drug in a pen.
Later, at Murphy's home, CYS workers reportedly discovered a stash of drug paraphernalia.
Cops said Murphy's baby's father, Michael Stewart, told them he knew his girlfriend had a problem with bath salts.
Prior arrests indicate bath salts aren't the only drug Carla Murphy has had a problem with.
In 2010, the then 29-year-old Murphy was fired from her job as a nurse's aid at Valley View nursing home in Altoona.
Authorities later discovered Murphy was stealing powerful painkillers from elderly patients there.
Murphy was arrested and charged with literally ripping high intensity, painkilling Fentenyl Patches from a bed-ridden 86-year-old resident.
Attempts to reach Murphy for comment were unsuccessful.