Oakland, Michigan – police search for a double murder suspect who accused of fatally shooting her boyfriend and her brother in Oakland County early Sunday morning.
The suspect, 22-year-old Ruby Taverner, was described as “armed and dangerous.” in a news exemption from the Oakland County Sheriff’s office. Police warning people do not approach her, the message says.
Sheriff’s deputies responded to double murder at 3:20 am on Sunday, May 8, in Apartments at Independence Square, 5901 Dixie Highway. in village of Clarkston, the report said. The incident was reported by a woman in residential complex, who called 911 after being woken up sound of shots.
The police arrived at the scene to find the bodies. of 26-year- old Ray Muscat, of Independence Township and 25-year-old Bishop Taverner, of Oxford, who both were mortally wounded.
body of Bishop Taverner, who was a suspect brother found in living room, according to the release. Police said he was shot once.
body of Muscat, who was Ruby Taverner’s boyfriend, was found in back bedroom, the report said. He and Ruby Taverner lived together, but the police didn’t immediately know how long time ago they were in relations. Police said Ray Muscat was previously known as Amber Muscat.
Mobile phone Ruby Taverner and vehicle we found on the stage. The police think she left flat on foot.
“Our fugitive arrest team, other detectives and assets actively seeking for this murder suspect who we believe he is armed and dangerous,” said Oakland Sheriff Michael Bouchard. in prepared statement. “Please call 911 if you see her or know of her whereabouts.”
Ruby Taverner, of The town of Independence was described by the police as a white woman. with purple hair who has a thin build and is approximately 5 feet 2 inches and 115 pounds.
Three weapons are registered to her – two 9-mm and one .38 caliber pistols, police said. One of weapons were acquired within past week, according to the release.
The police named the motive for the shooting is currently unclear. Incident remains under investigation.
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