Bourne Shooting Incident UPDATE
Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O’Keefe and Bourne Chief of Police Dennis Woodside announced today that Adrian Thomas Loya (dob 2/5/1984) of Virginia, was arraigned today in the Falmouth District Court on charges stemming from an incident that occurred earlier in the morning at Round House Road in Bourne.
At approximately 2:14 am on February 5th Bourne Police Department responded to a report of a car fire in the Clay Pond area of Bourne. Upon their arrival they observed a fully engulfed automobile to be blocking Round House Road. At approximately the same time reports were being relayed to them that 911 calls were coming into the Bourne Police Department regarding shots being fired. The police proceeded past the burning vehicle by foot towards the location where the shots were coming from. They encountered a male suspect who opened fire on the police. One officer was struck in the back by an apparent gunshot round and is being treated at a hospital. The other officers proceeded to a house where they found two adult females, one of whom was deceased and the other still alive. The surviving female victim was transported to a hospital in Rhode Island. At a different, but nearby location, additional police officers encountered the suspect and placed him under arrest.
The two female victims were members of the United States Coast Guard as is the defendant. The two women were stationed here locally and the defendant was stationed in Virginia.
Loya was charged with:
–M.G.L. Chapter 265 Section 1 Murder
–M.G.L. Chapter 265 Section 18 Armed Assault with Intent to Murder (2 counts)
–M.G.L. Chapter 265 Section 18C Home Invasion (2 counts)
–M.G.L. Chapter 266 Section 14 Burglary Armed Assault on Occupants
–M.G.L. Chapter 266 Section 5 Arson of Motor Vehicle
–M.G.L. Chapter 265 Section 13D Assault and Battery of a Police Officer
Judge Michael C. Creedon ordered the defendant be held without bail on all charges. He is due in the Falmouth District Court on March 23rd for a Pre Trial Hearing.
The matter remains under investigation by Bourne Police, Massachusetts State Police Crime Scene Services, the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office and Massachusetts State Police Detectives assigned to the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office.