Victims Named in Monument Beach Attack

CCB MEDIA PHOTO Bourne police officers are still at the murder scene this morning on Roundhouse Road in Monument Beach.

Bourne police officers are still at the murder scene this morning on Roundhouse Road in Monument Beach.

BOURNE – District Attorney Michael O’Keefe has announced  the names of the victims in the Roundhouse Road triple shooting in Bourne.

One woman was killed and one injured, both United States Coast Guard officers, in the shootings. The suspect, Adrian Thomas Loya, 32, of Virginia was also in the Coast Guard.

Coast Guard Petty Officer Lisa Trubnikova, 31, was killed as a result of being struck by multiple gunshots. She was stationed at Joint Base Cape Cod.

Coast Guard Petty Officer Anna Trubnikova, 30, was wounded and remains hospitalized. She was stationed at Woods Hole.

The two lived at 11 Roundhouse Road in the Monument Beach section of Bourne, where they were found by police.

According to sources, Lisa and Anna Trubnikova were married. But Loya’s attorney, Drew Segadelli said by his investigation so far, he has determined that the crime is not a romance gone bad.

He said he has been receiving numerous inquiries from reporters and media, including Good Morning America, as to whether this is a crime of passion.

“Significant inquiries having been going into whether this crime was one  of a domestic nature or some type of sexual nature and I come out now and say that there’s absolutely no validity to either of those suggestions,” he said. “Other than this is a crime of violence that happened in this woman’s residence, this wasn’t a domestic violence situation.”

Officer Jared MacDonald of the Bourne Police Department was shot during the incident and remains hospitalized.

District Attorney O’Keefe commended the response of the Bourne Police “who came under fire, yet used great restraint in refraining from discharging their weapons in a situation where the source and the location of where the gunfire was coming from was unknown and the area was dotted by occupied condominium units.”

Loya was charged with murder, two counts of armed assault with intent to murder, two counts of home invasion, burglary armed assault on occupants, arson of motor vehicle and assault and battery of a police officer. A not guilty plea was entered on his behalf and he is being held without bail.

The case remains under investigation by Bourne Police and Massachusetts State Police Detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office. The investigation is also being assisted by the United States Coast Guard.
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