Man accused of firing shots at car after March argument returns to jail after bond is raised
The man accused of firing gunshots at another man’s car following an argument returned to jail Thursday afternoon after a Washtenaw County Trial Court judge raised his bond, according to court officials.
Mark Hubbard returned to Washtenaw County Jail after Washtenaw County Trial Court Judge David Swartz raised his bail to a $100,000 cash bond Thursday, according to court officials.
Hubbard has been charged with conspiracy to commit assault with a dangerous weapon, two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon and carrying a concealed weapon stemming from an incident on March 16.
According to police, Hubbard allegedly got into an argument with a man at the Dairy Mart on Textile Road on March 16 and followed the man as he drove away.
Police said Hubbard allegedly fired several shots at the car while they were driving on McCartney Avenue, before firing again on Tyler Road. No bullets hit the man’s car and no one was injured, according to police.
Hubbard was scheduled to start his trial on Nov. 7, but it was delayed after more reports were released to Hubbard’s attorney, Michael Vincent. He is scheduled to return to court at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 5, according to jail records.