Loya Faces 30 Indictments in 12 Charges Related to Bourne Triple Shooting

CCB MEDIA PHOTO The condominium unit at Roundhouse Road in Monument Beach where Lisa Trubnikova was murdered and Anna Trubnikova was injured in a shooting on February 5, 2015.

The condominium unit at Roundhouse Road in Monument Beach where Lisa Trubnikova was murdered and Anna Trubnikova was injured in a shooting on February 5, 2015.

BARNSTABLE – Adrian T. Loya, the man accused of killing a Coast Guard officer and injuring her spouse and a Bourne police officer, has been indicted for murder and eleven other charges.

There were a total of 30 indictments within the charges stemming from the murder of Lisa Trubnikova and the shooting of her spouse, Anna Trubnikova, in their Monument Beach condominium on February 5.

Loya and both victims were members of the Coast Guard.

During the police response to the shooting, Bourne Police Officer Jared MacDonald was shot and wounded.

Besides murder, Loya, who turned 31 on the day of the crime, is facing three indictments on the charge of armed assault to murder; three indictments on aggravated assault and battery; two indictments on armed home invasion; two indictments on armed assault in a dwelling; three indictments on use of a firearm to commit a felony; two indictments on armed kidnapping with serious bodily injury; 10 indictments on possession of a large capacity feeding device; and one indictment each on burglary and assault on an occupant; arson of a motor vehicle; possession of a hoax device; and assault and battery on a police officer.

Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O’Keefe announced the grand jury indictments yesterday afternoon.

“This is the culmination of months of work by many police agencies and the United States Coast Guard and the District Attorney’s Office. This important stage of a tragic case has been completed,” O’Keefe said.

The indictments bring the case one step closer to trial, and O’Keefe  said he anticipates the trial to begin within the year.

“It’s a step in the process that’s now complete, and we’ll go on to the next step which is the prosecution of case in court,” O’Keefe said.

O’Keefe explained the charge of kidnapping refers to the act of holding someone against their will in a dwelling, whether it is their own dwelling or another dwelling.

“It’s always a matter of degree. In this case, the two victims of this tragic case were held for quite a period of time,” O’Keefe said. During that time, O’Keefe said, there was conversation between the suspect and the victims.

“This was beyond a mere walking in and shooting someone,” he said.

Police reports have said that Loya was wearing a Go-Pro camera around his neck during the crime. When asked if the camera recorded the conversation, O’Keefe referred to the fact that there is also a survivor of the crime, Anna Trubnikova.

“There’s ample evidence of what went on in that room,” he said.

As to the charge of burglary, O’Keefe explained that there need not be items taken for a burglary charge, just that a breaking and entering into a dwelling where a felony occurred.

He said the 10 indictments for the large capacity feeding device refers not just to the number of shots fired but also reflects the number of guns used. O’Keefe said three guns were used in the crime but he did not say what type of guns.

O’Keefe would not speak of a motive in the case, preferring to wait until the case goes to trial. But he said, “We believe we know the motive in the case.”

What made the case unusual as a home invasion, O’Keefe said, was the nature of the victims. “They weren’t involved in any criminal activity that usually accompanies the home invasion when you [usually] have one criminal targeting another criminal. This was two innocent people. I use the word tragic for a reason,” he said.

Loya is being held without bail and will be arraigned in Barnstable Superior Court.

O’Keefe said he anticipates the arraignment will take place within the week and the trial will start within the year.

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