Transgender woman committed suicide after shooting dead her transgender boyfriend and twin brother, police say

Police say a transgender woman was found dead after shooting dead her transgender boyfriend and twin brother.

The fatal incident happened around 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning at an apartment in Independence Township, Michigan.

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office called They called the apartment because shots were fired. When they arrived, they found two victims shot dead, Ray Muscat, a 26-year-old transgender man, and 22-year-old Bishop Taverner. Muscat was formerly known as Amber Muscat.

Neighbors told WDIV-TV that they heard an amazing number of gunshots coming from the apartment.

They identified 22-year-old Ruby Taverner as a suspect in the murders because she lived in the apartment, was in a romantic relationship with Muscat and was Bishop Taverner’s twin sister. Ruby was previously known as Martin Taverner.

They warned at the time that Taverner was “armed and dangerous”.

A day later, they found Taverner dead, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Taverner’s body was found in a wooded area near the home.

Investigators said Taverner had three registered handguns and that one had been purchased shortly before the shooting.

WDIV also reported that police went to the home for several mental health and well-being assessments before the fatal shooting.

Sheriff Michael Bouchard called that Bishop had been shot once in the head, indicating intent was involved in his killing. Investigations into the motivation for the murders are ongoing.

“This tragic situation has now ended and our investigators will now be looking around to see if we can answer the question on everyone’s mind – why,” said Sheriff Michael Bouchard.

Here’s a local news report on the deadly crime:


Oakland County woman wanted for boyfriend’s murder, brother found dead

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Laura Coffey

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