Man charged in Halloween shooting
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.