Man Gets 4 Years For Crash That Killed Usher’s Stepson

Source: Alexis Stevens / Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The man convicted of killing 11-year-old Kile Glover in a Lake Lanier crash was sentenced to four years in prison Wednesday.

Jeffrey Simon Hubbard was convicted last month of homicide by vessel for running over Kile in July 2012. Kile, the son of pop star Usher’s former wife Tameka Foster and TV executive Ryan Glover, was on an inner tube with a friend when he was run over by Hubbard, who was on a personal watercraft.

On Feb. 20, Hubbard was also found guilty of serious injury by vessel, reckless operation, unlawful operation of personal watercraft and boat traffic violation in a Hall County courtroom.

Following his release from prison, Hubbard will spend 15 years on probation for operating the watercraft in what Hall County Superior Court Judge Bonnie Oliver described as a “foolish” manner.

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