Friday, September 9, 2022

31-year-old Clayton A. Hubbird Sought For The Homicide Of Reginald "Regina" T. Allen, 35, A Transgender Woman In Milwaukee

Allen was shot once on August 29th shortly after leaving Hubbird's SUV near his (her) apartment building.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 9, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Police in Milwaukee continue to search for Clayton Andrew Hubbird, 31, of Wauwatosa who was charged on September 6th with one felony count for 1st-degree reckless homicide and use of a dangerous weapon in connection with the August 29, 2022 murder of Reginald "Regina" T. Allen, 35, aka, "Mya", a Black male known transgender woman.

If convicted, Hubbird is facing up to 60 years in prison for reckless homicide and an additional 5 years in prison for use of a dangerous weapon.

According to police, Allen was shot once just before 2:14 a.m. while walking towards an apartment complex where he lived shortly after exiting from a black Tahoe SUV, a nearby surveillance camera video footage showed. Allen was still responsive when police and Milwaukee Fire Department EMS arrived at the scene. Allen was able to describe the SUV and gave a description of the White male suspect before being transported to a local hospital where he later died from the gunshot wound.

Police located the black Tahoe SUV in Wauwatosa the next day and discovered that it belonged to Hubbird. A search of Hubbird's apartment yield multiple rounds of ammunition and bullet magazines, according to the criminal complaint.

Police were able to confirm that Allen met Hubbird at a gas station located in the 1900 block of W. National Ave., in the Southside of Milwaukee. Allen was also known to frequent the Eastsouth corner of the 2000 block of W. National Ave. in a regular basis for the purpose to meet men.

Police say, Hubbird drove Allen to the 800 block of N. 26 Street where Allen lived. A nearby video surveillance camera recorded the SUV parked for a while at the location as Hubbird and Allen remained inside the vehicle. Then after a while, Allen exited the SUV's passenger side and was walking towards his apartment when a gunshot is heard and then Allen drops to the ground and is heard by a nearby witness that he has been shot. Allen was able to call 911 and provided preliminary information about what had occurred to him.

Hubbird fled the scene, according to police and remains on the run. A warrant for his arrest was issued on September 6th.

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