Bail Set for Woman Accused of Opening Fire in an Ambulance
CREATED Jul. 9, 2013
Justine Dubois, the woman accused of firing off a gun in an ambulance last week made her first court appearance Tuesday morning.
The 24-year-old was arrested on July 1st for driving a stolen vehicle. After she was placed in the back of a police car she appeared to have a seizure. Dubois then asked to go to the hospital.
According to police Dubois pulled a gun on the paramedics while in the ambulance. Firefighter-medic, Brock Borhart, was grazed by a bullet in the struggle to obtain the gun from Dubois. During the struggle, Dubois was struck in the leg with a bullet.
On Sunday, after she was released from the hospital she was booked into Douglas County Corrections.
Dubois was wheeled into the court room Tuesday morning where a judge set her bail at $750,000 and she was appointed a public defender to represent her.
Dubois’ next court date is July 30th at 9 a.m.