Court documents reveal that two weeks before the alleged murder-suicide discovery of a family of four in Michigan, the lady had her request for a protection order against her husband denied.
Documents obtained by NBC station WPBN of Traverse City state that on June 24 Tirany Savage, 35, filed for the order in Michigan’s 34th Circuit Court, alleging that her husband, Bo Eugene Savage, had just purchased a pistol, frequently threatened suicide, and refused to leave the family home.
According to the injunction, she stated, “I do not want my safety or the safety of my son to be in peril.”
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The judge dismissed the injunction three days later, according to court documents obtained by the station, since there was not enough proof of immediate or irreparable harm.
Savage may seek such an order in divorce court, as shown by the judge’s writing (signed by Troy Daniel) quoted above. According to the local news, Tirany Savage filed for divorce on Thursday.
Tirany Savage, her husband, their son Dayton Cowdrey, 13, and her mother Kim Lynette Ebright, 58, were found dead at a residence in Roscommon Township, some 115 miles north of Lansing, on May 1, according to a news release from the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office.
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According to the sheriff’s office, it appears that everyone in the family was shot, and the case is currently being treated as a possible murder-suicide.
Sheriff’s officials did not comment on who they believe discharged the weapon. Ben Lowe, the undersheriff, did not respond right away to a request for comment.
A number listed for Daniel on the court website was not immediately reachable, and neither he nor his election campaign responded to a request for comment made Wednesday night.