Man charged in Hal­loween shoot­ing

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Detroit — A man was ar­raigned Fri­day in con­nec­tion with a quadru­ple shoot­ing on Hal­loween that killed one teen and in­jured three oth­ers, pros­e­cu­tors said.

An­to­nio Hub­bard, 25, of Detroit, is charged with first-de­gree mur­der, felony mur­der, three counts of as­sault with in­tent to mur­der, four counts of armed rob­bery, four counts of tor­ture and felony firearm. He was ar­raigned in 36th Dis­trict Court.

Hub­bard is ac­cused of fa­tally shoot­ing a 15-yearold boy and in­jur­ing three other male teenagers in­side a house in the 19900 block of Langholm Street in Detroit on Oct. 31.

Au­thor­i­ties found the teen in the back­yard suf­fer­ing from a gun­shot wound. He was trans­ported to a lo­cal hos­pi­tal where he was pro­nounced dead, pros­e­cu­tors said.

Hub­bard’s prob­a­ble cause con­fer­ence is set for 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 19 and a pre­lim­i­nary ex­am­i­na­tion is sched­uled for 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 26.

Teacher gets pro­ba­tion for stu­dent as­sault

Ann Arbor — A Michi­gan spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion teacher who reached a plea deal in con­nec­tion with al­leged stu­dent abuse is serv­ing pro­ba­tion.

Steve Hiller, Washt­e­naw County chief as­sis­tant pros­e­cu­tor, says Lisa Man­nor, a for­mer teacher at Burns Park El­e­men­tary in Ann Arbor, pleaded no con­test in Septem­ber to as­sault and bat­tery.

Records show she was sen­tenced last month and is pro­hib­ited from teach­ing in per­son for two years.

Tif­fany Massey, a for­mer spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion teacher’s as­sis­tant, was sen­tenced in Au­gust to a year of pro­ba­tion af­ter be­ing con­victed of as­sault and bat­tery.

The charges stemmed from 2016, when pros­e­cu­tors al­leged Man­nor struck a stu­dent in the head and Massey kicked a stu­dent in the same class­room at Burns Park El­e­men­tary.

Ma­comb County gets new deputy ex­ec­u­tive

Ma­comb County Ex­ec­u­tive Mark Hackel said Fri­day he’s ap­pointed

Vicki Wol­ber, the county’s for­mer emer­gency man­age­ment di­rec­tor, as a deputy county ex­ec­u­tive.

Wol­ber will fo­cus on is­sues re­lat­ing to pub­lic safety while also as­sist­ing in the day-to-day op­er­a­tions of county de­part­ments and ser­vices, Hackel said.

She has worked for the county for more than 18 years and most re­cently served as di­rec­tor of the county’s Emer­gency Man­age­ment and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Depart­ment.

Wol­ber suc­ceeds Kathy Bartz, who joined Hackel’s ex­ec­u­tive team in 2015 and left in De­cem­ber 2017.

Hackel has three other deputy ex­ec­u­tives: Chief Deputy County Ex­ec­u­tive Mark Deldin, Deputy County Ex­ec­u­tive Al Lorenzo and Deputy County Ex­ec­u­tive Pam Lavers.

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