Antonio Carols Hubbard

Antonio Carols Hubbard (Photo: Detroit Police Department)

Detroit Man Held Without Bond In Shooting Of 4 Teens On Halloween

A 15-year-old boy was killed; three others were wounded

November 09, 2018 - 5:55 pm

DETROIT (WWJ) - A Detroit man has been ordered held with bond, accused of fatally shooting a teenage boy and wounding three more on Halloween.

Antonio Carols Hubbard, 25, was arrested following a week-long investigation culminating with a SWAT response and armed standoff Thursday on the city's east side.

According to investigators, Hubbard and an accomplice  entered a home in the the 19000 block of Langholm St., in the 7 Mile/Outer Drive area, just after 4 p.m. on Oct. 31, and robbed several young people inside. 

At one point Hubbard started shooting, police said, killing a 15-year-old boy. Two 16-year-olds and another 15-year-old also shot suffered serious injuries.

Hubbard was arraigned 36th District Court Friday on one count of first degree murder, three counts of assault with intent to murder, four counts armed robbery, and four counts of torture, plus felon in possession of a firearm and felony firearm. 

It's unclear if additional charges are coming against Hubbard in connection with Thursday's five-hour standoff, which police said was preceeded by a shootout between two groups of young men.  Five more people were arrested on or near that scene, police said, in the area of near 7 Mile Rd. and 1-94. No details about those suspects or pending charges have yet been released. 

Following his arraignment, Hubbard was remanded to the Wayne County Jail where he awaits a preliminary examination scheduled for Nov. 26.