Daniel Wayne Brusard
Daniel Wayne Brusard has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon and violating a protection order, potentially facing up to 20 years of prison.
On Nov. 30, an argument at Montana Club turned violent when an incident escalated into gunfire, according to court documents. An intervening customer reported seeing Brusard reach into his car and hide what looked like a handgun before firing shots at it from inside it.
Early Life and Education
Daniel accepted Christ early and began attending Cathedral (now One City Church). His strong work ethic and willingness to assist anyone in need – from mowing yards or cutting down bushes for neighbors – were always on his radar for giving an extra hand.
Robert was also an avid sports fan, attending many of his children’s sporting events. He will be deeply missed by family, friends, and the community alike.
Daniel Broussard was arrested on December 6, for an alleged incident at Montana Club that resulted in gunfire, which is charged as both felony assault with a dangerous weapon and misdemeanor violation of protection order; these offenses carry up to 20-year sentences each; his bond has been set at $20,000. You can access more details of Daniel Brusard’s criminal history by searching court records.
Daniel Broussard holds both a bachelor’s and graduate-level degrees from University Of Louisiana At Lafayette. Additionally, he works as a self employed division order specialist out of Duson, LA and uses several different aliases including Danny John Brusard, Daniel James Brusard, among others.
In June 2010, he initiated text message conversations via mobile phone with three young females (TL, thirteen; KH, thirteen; and LC, fourteen) that contained sexually explicit material related to meeting in order to engage in oral sex.
He was charged with sexually molesting three thirteen and fourteen year old girls and sentenced to eight years at Fort Polk Correctional Institution before later reforming and beginning practicing law again.
Achievement and Honors
Broussard excels as both an accomplished student athlete and communications and marketing professional, serving on the executive board for the PRSSA at LSU and working closely with Hands Producing Hope (HPH), an organization focused on improving women’s lives in Costa Rica and Rwanda.
She is one of only a select few players to earn both Pac-12 Coaches’ and Associated Press Offensive Player of the Year honors, while being twice named All-Colorado and winning the Clancy A. Herbst Jr. Student-Athlete Achievement Award – given out for students who overcome personal or academic obstacles to find success.
Brusard was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and violating a protection order, both felonious charges. Her bond was set at $20,000.
Daniel Broussard was an amazing husband, father, grandfather and advocate to many. His passions included chicken keeping, duck hunting and attending cattle shows – plus attending his grandchildren’s games and his bright personality which would illuminate any room he entered.
He was an active member of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church and took great joy in helping his neighbors and friends with any legal matters they encountered.
He was the father of Joey and Dwaine Broussard, two stars from History Channel’s Swamp People show. Additionally, he is grandfather to nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren and enjoyed hunting and fishing as hobbies. Additionally, he generously offered his time by leading finger rosary sessions at Eastridge Assisted Living.
He is a gifted Hockey Player at 28 years old, earning considerable income through his profession. Additionally, he engages in philanthropy activities by creating the Momentary Setback Fund to assist victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
He has two sons from his first marriage. Joey handles much of his father’s business and co-stars alongside him on Swamp People.
Brusard has been charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and will be brought before Yellowstone County District Court for an arraignment on December 8, at which point his case could face up to 20 years of incarceration. It remains unknown who shot Brusard; as yet no arrestee has been identified; thus far no bond has been posted by authorities for him; known aliases include Daniel Broussard, Daniel Brusard Jr. and Dan Brusard.