Suspect in deadly Florida FBI shooting: Things to know about David Lee Huber

Huber had a couple of traffic offenses, registered as a pilot, and opened a pc company

Suspect in deadly Florida FBI shooting: Things to know about David Lee Huber

David Lee Huber, 55, is the alleged gunman at a shooting that left two FBI representatives dead and three more wounded early Tuesday morning when law police officers tried to serve him a virtue at a offenses against children situation, an FBI official confirmed to Fox News Wednesday.

Huber, who dwelt in a Water Terrace apartment in Sunrise, Fla.. , hasn't had several brushes with the law.

He had been cited for an improper U-turn at 2016 while driving a 2013 Hyundai. Before that, he was cited for speeding in 2001 while driving a 1997 Honda. Both traffic offenses occurred in South Florida.

Huber got divorced in 2016, according to documents, at which point he entered a joint parenting agreement with his ex-wife. It is uncertain how many kids he has.

He was a computer consulting specialist at one stage, starting a company called"Computer Troubleshooters" in May 2004, based on company transparency database Open Corporate. The address for the company was recorded in Pembroke Pines, about 13 miles south west of the Sunrise residence at which the shooting happened Tuesday.

Huber was also briefly a pilot, as he registered with the Federal Aviation Administration to fly commercial aircraft in May 1994.

He's got no detectable social networking presence.

A law enforcement official told Fox News that Huber tracked law enforcement officials as they approached his home approximately 6:00 a.m. ET Tuesday, then open fire on them through an unopened door.

FBI Special Agents Daniel Alfin, 36, and Laura Schwartzenberger, 43, were killed. Two other FBI agents were taken and hauled to a nearby hospital, one of who had been released Wednesday. Another FBI agent was struck by gunfire but had his own injuries treated at the scene.

After the initial gun battle, Huber barricaded himself in his flat before killing himself later, CBS Miami reports.

The warrant has been described by the FBI as"a court-ordered national search warrant for a savage offenses against children investigation," and Schwartzenberger and Alfin specialized in offenses against children.

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