E! News confirms Jeffrey S. Hubbard, the man who allegedly ran over Tameka Foster's son on a Jet Ski in Georgia, was arrested this morning.
"Jeffrey Hubbard was indicted yesterday by a Hall Grand Jury on the charges as follows: Homicide by Vessel, Serious Injury by Vessel, Reckless Operation of Vessel, Unlawful Operation of PWC and Boat Traffic Violation," Melissa Cummings, a spokeswoman from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, tells E! News in a statement. "He was arrested this morning by State Conservation Rangers (with Georgia DNR) and is in the Hall County detention center."
The 11-year-old Glover passed away in July after being removed from life support. He was struck in the head by a Jet Ski driver—who was later identified as family friend Hubbard—while riding an inner tube on Lake Lanier along with an unidentified 15-year-old girl.
Alcohol was not a factor in the tragic accident.
Hubbard is reportedly set to face a judge this weekend.