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David Lee Huber Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Dating, Bio, Facts

David Lee Huber was the guy who killed two veteran FBI agents, Laura Schwartzenberger and Daniel Alfin. David was a computer consultant who had a warrant against him in the case of child exploitation.

David has no past criminal records or any arrest warrants except a couple of traffic rules violation. Huber was divorced, bankrupt, and has an eviction.

David Lee Huber’s Wife And Family

David Lee Huber got married to his wife in the early 2000s, although his wife’s name is not disclosed at the moment.  David’s court papers showed that he separated from his wife in 2009, and they finally got divorced in 2016, reports NBC 6.

David and his ex-wife started a computer troubleshooting company in 2004. The company’s address was listed as Pembroke Pines, Florida, and they bought the property in 2005. David’s computer troubleshooting company only lasted two years.

Furthermore, there’s minimal information about David Lee’s family as of now.

David Lee Huber Wikipeda 

David Lee Huber was born and raised in Louisiana, USA. Huber lived in different cities across New York, Atlanta, and Colorado. Furthermore, David moved to Broward County, South Florida, in 1994 to attend college. Lee Huber’s age was 55 years. 

David Lee Huber’s court records listed his job as a system analyst. After the failure of his computer troubleshooting company, David established Huber Computer Consulting. The company remained active from 2006-2011. Huber worked at as many as six companies by 2020. His last job was for a health insurance company as a systems engineer.

Is David Arrested? 

David Lee Huber could not be arrested as he killed himself before being arrested, reports Fox News.

David Lee Huber killed two FBI Special Agents Laura Schwartzenberger, 43, and Daniel Alfin, 36, whereas three FBI agents were injured. The incident occurred in the early morning of February 2, 2021.

David was a suspect in an investigation related to internet child pornography. The FBI agents showed up at his house to serve him a warrant for his crimes against children. After the gunshots that killed two FBI agents and left three injured, Huber locked himself in his apartment, and took his own life.

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