Detroit man who assaulted pregnant mother of his child, her mom back in custody

Hudson had an emergency hearing Feb. 1

DETROIT – A Detroit man who assaulted a pregnant mother of his child and her mother while on bail is back in custody.

An emergency hearing on Wednesday was held for 22-year-old Torrion Hudson, where 36th district court Judge Patricia Jefferson made the decision to revoke Hudson’s original bond.

Hudson initially had a $1 million bond, which was then reduced to $250,000.

Judge Larry Williams Jr lowered the bond for Hudson. The 22-year-old Detroit man made the bond through a bail bonds agency, got out of jail and over the weekend attacked the pregnant mother of his child and her mother.

Hudson had a bond due to his attack on a 19-year-old woman in late December at a Detroit gas station off of Davison and Livernois. Kyla Moore was shot in the throat and robbed.

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A GoFundMe page has been set up for Moore and can be found here.

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