BARRIE, Ontario — Three teens have been charged with murder following the stabbing death of a man at an indoor, glow-in-the-dark minigolf course.
Bradley Hubbard, 42, his girlfriend and two young daughters decided to go to Putting Edge (heh) after eating dinner Saturday night.
While there, Hubbard’s daughters, ages 7 and 4, informed him they were scared of some drunk teenagers acting like assholes and breaking things.
Hubbard confronted the teens and asked them to stop, but things went downhill from there, ending when one of the teens allegedly stabbed the father of seven in the neck with a broken putter.
Paramedics arrived and tried to save his life, but Hubbard would be pronounced dead at the hospital.
“At least he died in his wife’s arms,” said Hubbards’ father-in-law. “He got to tell her that he loved her before he passed away.”
Police have arrested Justin Spring, 18, Jake Workman, 18, and Matthew Spring, 19, and have charged them with second-degree murder.Tags: Brad Hubbard, Canada, Crime, minigolf, Murder, putter, Putting Edge, Stabbing