Rifle Case, Ammo Boxes Found In Bourne Shooting Suspect’s Virginia Home
Police in Virginia have turned up multiple items after searching the apartment of the Coast Guardsman accused of shooting three people in Bourne last week.
According to the Cape Cod Times, Chesapeake Police searched the home of 31-year-old Adrian Loya, turning up a rifle case, empty boxes of ammunition, and directions to the Quality Inn in Bourne. Police also discovered non-lethal explosives, computer hard drives, and video game consoles that will all be examined.
Loya is accused of fatally shooting Lisa Trubnikova, and inflicting gunshot wounds on her spouse Anna, and a Bourne police officer. Lisa and Anna were both Coast Guard petty officers.