Firefighters in Ambulance in Good Spirits
Woman who took out gun in ambulance has prior criminal backgroundPhoto: Video by kmtv.com
Omaha, NE- One day after shots were fired in an ambulance, the firefighter who was hit says he's in good spirits.
KMTV has also learned the 24 year-old patient was one of Sarpy County's 10 most wanted. Police put Justine Dubois on the most wanted list when she skipped court on charges of giving officers a fake name and address for a 2012 traffic stop. KMTV spoke to the family who says of the fake addresses are their Bellevue home.
They identified themselves only as Daniel and Juan, the father and brother of Justine Dubois's boyfriend. They told us Dubois's had never lived there, stayed there a couple of times, but then Daniel kicked the couple out because he knew she did drugs.
Dubois also has a record in Douglas County. She did time in jail for drugs in 2011 and again in 2012 for theft.
Meanwhile, the two firefighters in the ambulance when Dubois's gun went off told KMTV tonight they are doing well.
Firefighter Brock Borhart, an 11 year veteran with the department, was all smiles when we caught him at police headquarters to give his statement.
Earlier today, he told KMTV he was filling in Monday afternoon when he was shot. It wasn't his regular rotation.
Doctors released from UNMC Monday night, after treating him for a bullet graze to his stomach. Today we learned Juliann Moran was driving the ambulance. She didn't want to go on camera, but told us she's okay.
The investigation in ongoing, therefore the Sarpy County Attorney could not speak on the Dubois case.
Wednesday morning the paramedics and firefighters involved in the shooting will have a critical stress meeting.