‘We owe them,’ Biden says of FBI agents killed in Florida
Slain FBI agents ambushed through closed door in Florida shooting: report
John Durham probe largely focused on FBI: report
FBI identifies two agents killed in Florida child porn raid
The suspect in the Florida shooting that left two FBI agents dead and three wounded was identified by sources as a 55-year-old man who lived alone in the Sunrise apartment complex.
David Lee Huber was the target of a child-porn search warrant being served by the agents early Tuesday when he spied on the feds through a doorbell camera and opened fire with an assault-style rifle, sources told The Post.
Huber largely kept to himself at the Water Terrace Apartments and did not appear to have befriended any of his neighbors, a former tenant said.
The shooting around 6 a.m. Tuesday left veteran FBI agents Daniel Alfin and Laura Schwartzenberger dead — and three others wounded, two hospitalized in stable condition.
Authorities said Huber barricaded himself inside the first-floor apartment and is believed to have taken his own life, according to reports.
Laura SchwartzenbergerMas Subramanian, Oregon State Un
Alfin, 36, and Schwartzenberger, 43, had long careers in combating child pornography and sex trafficking cases in South Florida, the agency said.
Federal authorities have not released details of the investigation that led to the search warrant, nor the names of the agents who were wounded.
An initial review shows Huber largely had vehicle and traffic violations on his record.
Federal Aviation Administration records show that he held a commercial pilot’s licence issue in 1994, authorizing him to fly both single- and multi-engine aircraft.
The shooting remains under investigation.
Cops at the scene where two FBI shots were shot and killed while serving a warrant in Sunrise, Florida. ZUMAPRESS.com