LIVINGSTON, La. (BRPROUD) – A French Settlement man who went on a shooting spree in Livingston Parish Wednesday had his bond revoked, according to the district attorney’s office.

The 21st Judicial District Attorney’s Office said that Douglas Maurras, 45, will not have a bond after the district attorney secured an order keeping him from bonding out.

“We were able to secure an order from Judge Charlotte Foster that will keep Mr. Maurras from having a bond obligation until a hearing which will most likely be held in the upcoming week,” said District Attorney Scott M. Perriloux.

The district attorney sought the court order because he believed Maurras to be a threat to the public.

Maurras is accused of shooting at two people, injuring one of them. The first shooting was reported in French Settlement and the other shootings were reported in Springfield.

The Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office charged Maurras with two counts of attempted first-degree murder, three counts each of aggravated criminal damage to property, illegal use of weapons or dangerous instrumentalities, simple damage to property, criminal trespassing and unlawful use or possession of body armor.