Gang member gets 76 years for Seattle shooting

SEATTLE — A judge sentenced a gang member to 76 years in prison for a two 2012 shootings, including one outside a Seattle night club where he targeted three men with an assault rifle.

The Seattle Times reported that Judge Ken Shubert sentenced Kevin Hubbard on Friday in King County Superior Court. Hubbard had been charged with a shooting outside the Citrus Lounge in Seattle’s South Lake Union park and a shooting in Skyway in south King County.

Prosecutors said Hubbard shot at three men at a park near the night club following a scuffle. Hubbard injured the men and one of them lost a leg. Charging papers also said Hubbard and an accomplice shot at another man in Skyway after the man yanked Hubbard’s gold chain.

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Information from: The Seattle Times, http://www.seattletimes.com

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