Ebenezer Pastor Shot Dead by Girlfriend


A Macon Georgia pastor Brandon Parker (33) was fatally shot early Saturday morning, and his girlfriend Tracia Yvonne Hubbard, 48 was found kneeling over his body when deputies arrived and arrested her.

The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office claims the shooting stemmed from a domestic issue that started and escalated in a downtown Macon restaurant.
Hubbard is charged with murder.

Parker was found dead outside Hubbard’s Macon residence in the early morning hours of Saturday.

Jones said the shooting stemmed from a “domestic issue that escalated.” He said the argument started at a downtown Macon restaurant.

Brandon Parker was to succeed his grandfather as pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church who ironically was being honored that same day with a street being named in his honor with his grandson Brandon accepting in his honor.

“This is a terrible tragedy,” Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones said.

Jones stepped in for Parker Saturday afternoon and supposed a commercial in respect of a slain man’s grandfather, a Rev. Jacob Parker

Macon-Bibb County Commissioner Al Tillman had met with Parker a integrate of weeks ago to arrange for a commercial dogmatic Elm Street as Rev. Jacob Parker Memorial Way, in respect of Parker’s 87-year-old grandfather, who led an assemblage during Ebenezer Baptist Church.
On his Facebook page, Tillman requested that a village support a Saturday afternoon ceremony, that went on as planned.

He characterized a rite following as “bittersweet.”

“Our thoughts and prayers go out with a whole family … It’s only a comfortless detriment and situation,” Tillman said.

The younger Parker was to attain his grandfather during a church, Jones said.

“I pronounce during that Ebenezer Church and we have oral to a girl organization about subsidy down and subsidy away,” pronounced Jones, who was anguish Parker’s death.

Tillman posted this summary on Facebook: “May God acquire Pastor Brandon Parker to his kingdom.”

“He was an immature male that had his conduct on strong, and he was an ardent pastor,” Tillman pronounced by telephone. “He eulogized my aunt during her fitting a month or so ago … He was only a good immature male and a good immature priest … a young, energetic preacher.”

Commissioner Larry Schlesinger, who spoke during Saturday’s ceremony, pronounced a younger Parker’s genocide is a loyal tragedy.

“The timing with Pastor Parker’s loyalty of a travel in his name and his anniversary use tomorrow creates it all a some-more comfortless for a family that’s been a participation for decades,” Schlesinger pronounced progressing Saturday.

After a ceremony, Jones remarkable a need for prayer.

“The family is in misunderstanding now, so we we need prayer,” Jones said. “That’s all we can do.

“This family needs prayer. This church needs prayer, and this village needs prayer,” he said.