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Who is David Lee Huber? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Suspect, FBI Agent Killed, Investigation


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David Lee Huber was a computer consultant who was named by the FBI as the suspect accused of shooting and killing two veteran FBI agents who were executing a warrant in a child exploitation case.

He was described by neighbors as a loner who was a bit off, sending off red flags to some. There were some pockmarks in an otherwise seemingly typical life – a divorce, a bankruptcy, and an eviction. But he had no criminal history.

In a statement, FBI Director Chris Wray named the deceased agents as Special Agents Laura Schwartzenberger, 43, and Daniel Alfin, 36.

The FBI director paid tribute to both agents for exemplifying “heroism today in defense of their country.”

In addition to the slain agents, the suspect also shot three other agents. Wray added that five agents were shot in all; two are in stable condition at the hospital and one did not suffer wounds requiring hospitalization.

David Lee Huber Age

David Lee Huber was 55 years old.

Huber Was Described

Neighbors described Huber to Local10 as “a loner.”

The Sun-Sentinel quoted a neighbor who went a step farther, calling Huber a “coo-coo bird” he’d complained about to the homeowners’ association. Another neighbor told the Miami Herald that Huber, who was married for 16 years before divorcing, seemed anti-social. He was once evicted in Colorado, the newspaper reported.

April Evans told the Herald he seemed to have little furniture and lived alone.

“He is very weird and very grumbling. If you would speak to him, he would usually not speak back,” said Evans to the newspaper. “If he did, it was just a grunt under his breath.” She described to the newspaper how an exterminator who visited his apartment once said, “Oh my God, the guy that lived downstairs just had a gun in my face.”

Court records show he was divorced in 2016. According to Local10, he was divorced in 2016 and had three children.

Alfin and Schwartzenberger had worked for years to protect children from Internet predators.

They were “veteran agents of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force program,” according to the Miami Herald.

FBI Director Wray said in his statement that the FBI “lost two of our own today” and that Schwartzenberger and Alfin “put themselves in harm’s way to keep the American people safe.”

“Special Agent Alfin and Special Agent Schwartzenberger exemplified heroism today in defense of their country,” continued Wray. “The FBI will always honor their ultimate sacrifice and will be forever grateful for their bravery.”

He added, “We continue to stand by our FBI Family, and the families of these Special Agents, in the days to come, bringing every resource we can to get through this together.”

Videos showed the bodies of the agents accompanied by law enforcement escort as they were transported to the medical examiner’s office. One body was draped with an American flag. You can watch that video here.

The Sunrise, Florida, Police Department tweeted that the shooting occurred “in the area of 4200 Nob Hill Rd.”

Two FBI Agents Were Killed

The agents were “shot and killed this morning in the line of duty while executing a federal court-ordered search warrant in a crimes against children investigation in Sunrise, Florida,” said Wray.

The suspect was barricaded inside the apartment complex. According to the Sun-Sentinel, Huber was a former mortgage broker who worked as a “systems engineer.”

According to the newspaper, he also worked in Colorado and was a contract employee with Modis, earning $80,000. He filed for bankruptcy in Florida in 2003, according to federal court records reviewed by


The Miami Herald reported that it’s believed the suspect shot and killed himself. The newspaper reported that the suspect saw the agents coming through a doorbell camera and opened fire through a door.

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According to the Herald, he ran a series of short-lived businesses; a company called World Tech Supplies in Kendall in 1988 and computer consulting businesses named Huber Computer Consulting and COMPUTER TROUBLESHOOTERS 0512 INC.

Huber, Who Had No Criminal History

Huber had no criminal history beyond traffic tickets and obtained a commercial pilot’s license years ago, News10 reported. Records

The two agents were helping serve a warrant on the suspect when he was killed; the suspect was wanted for “violent crimes against children,” NBC Miami reported. The screenshot above is a section of an affidavit Alfin filed in a previous federal court case. It outlined his experience.

The Miami Herald reported that the two agents were executing a “routine search warrant to seize the suspect’s computer and other evidence.”

They had matched an internet search history to the suspect, the newspaper reported.

The Water Terrace apartment complex was the scene of the shooting at 6:04 a.m. in Sunrise, Florida, which is near Fort Lauderdale.

A CBS Miami reporter tweeted that Alfin left behind a wife and child. According to the New York Times, Alfin was the father of one and was from New York.


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