Usher Raymond And Family of Kile Glover: ‘We Know God’s in Control’

Kile suffered a head injury and was unresponsive when pulled from the lake following the crash, the DNR previously told the AJC.

On Monday, the DNR identified the man on the personal watercraft as Jeffrey S. Hubbard of Atlanta, according to an incident report obtained by the AJC. He had not been charged Tuesday afternoon, the DNR said.

The DNR has declined to release the names of the juveniles involved in the collision. But late Sunday night, Channel 2 Action News, citing unnamed sources, identified the boy as Kile Glover, the son of Usher’s ex-wife. Usher and Tameka Foster divorced in 2009 after two years of marriage and have two children together. Efforts by the AJC to reach the family have been unsuccessful.

The DNR has said alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the incident, which happened in the mouth of Big Creeknear Holiday Marina. The DNR has said that Hubbard and the children tubing were part of the same group on an outing at the lake.

DNR rangers at the lake pulled the teenage girl from the water Friday afternoon, Sgt. Mike Burgamy said. Good Samaritans in a nearby boat pulled the boy from the water, Burgamy said.

The incident Friday came just four days after the funeral for two brothers killed in a June 18 boat wreck at the lake. Jake and Griffin Prince died when the pontoon boat they were on with family members was struck by a fishing boat.

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