Man runs over his wife, 3 others in front of house
LIVINGSTON - Sheriff deputies have released the identity of the man arrested last night for running over his estranged wife and injuring three other people while they were standing in front of a house.
David Duby, 46, of 26384 Wax Road, Denham Springs, has been charged with four counts of attempted murder and numerous other charges.
At approximately 8 p.m. last night, deputies were called out to a domestic dispute at 32269 Lockslie Dr., Denham Springs.
When they arrived, deputies along with first responders and bystanders had to use several floor jacks to lift Duby's SUV off of his former wife Linda Guidry Duby.
She was airlifted to Our Lady of the Lake Hospital in critical condition.
At least two other people were critically injured while one man sustained less than critical injuries.
Deputies were told that, two shots were fired during the incident and that Duby continued to roll back and forth over the victims while they were pinned under the car, thus aggravating their injuries.
Along with the attempted murder charges, Duby also faces DWI, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, expired MVI, expired motor vechile registration, improper equipment on a motor vehicle, and failure to appear on a traffic bench warrant charges.
He is currently in the Livingston Parish Detention Center in lieu of $302,211.00 bond.
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