Jeffrey Hubbard found guilty in Kile Glover death
Jeffrey Hubbard has been found guilty in the death of 11-year-old Kile Glover. A jury found Hubbard guilty today, February 20, of homicide by vessel, serious injury by vessel, reckless operation, unlawful operation of personal watercraft and boat traffic violation.
Hubbard faces up to 23 years in prison and will be sentenced in March.
As previously reported Kile Glover was the son of Tameka Raymond and her ex-husband Ryan Glover. The adolescent died in July of 2012 following complications from a jet-ski crash at Lake Lanier. Glover was on a floatation device when he was hit by a jet-ski operated by Hubbard. Another child, Jordan Shepp, was seriously hurt in the incident.