BOURNE - United States Coast Guard Rear Admiral Linda Fagan, Commander of the First Coast Guard District issued a statement Friday following the identification of the two victims of a deadly shooting rampage in Bourne early Thursday morning.
On Friday, Cape & Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe identified the woman who was murdered as 31-year-old Lisa Trubnikova and the woman who was wounded as 30-year-old Anna Trubnikova.
Lisa Trubnikova was a Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class of Coast Guard Base Cape Cod. Her wife, Anna is a Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class of Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England.
The women were attacked in their Bourne home by 31-year-old Petty Officer Second Class Adrian Loya of Coast Guard Base Portsmouth, VA.
Rear Admiral Fagan released the following statement Friday:
"In the wake of this tragedy, I invite everyone to join me in offering our thoughts and prayers for the families, friends and loved ones of those impacted. In committing our support to them, our focus turns to remembering the life and service of Petty Officer Lisa Trubnikova and aiding the recovery of Petty Officer Anna Trubnikova.
I want to acknowledge the actions of the Bourne Police Department who responded quickly and courageously as events unfolded yesterday morning. Their response saved the life of Petty Officer Anna Trubnikova and removed the threat to the community. I particularly want to recognize and thank Bourne Police Officer Jared MacDonald, a Coast Guard veteran, who was injured responding to the attack.
We extend our heartfelt thanks to those in the community and the Coast Guard family who stand alongside us as we mourn the tragic loss of Petty Officer Lisa 2nd class Trubnikova, and wish the speedy recovery of Petty Officer 3rd Class Anna Trubnikova and Officer Jared MacDonald."
Anna Trubnikova is in stable condition, according to the USCG release.