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ROSCOMMON COUNTY, Mich. – A woman had filed for a protection order days before an apparent murder-suicide in Michigan.

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According to the Roscommon County Sheriff’s Office in a news release, on July 10 at around 3:30 a.m., deputies arrived at a home in Roscommon Township where they discovered multiple people dead inside home. Deputies learned that four people were dead — Tirany Lee Savage, 35; Dayton Cowdrey, 13; Kim Lynnette Ebright, 58; and Bo Eugene Savage, 35 — with gunshot wounds. Cowdrey was identified as Tirany’s son and Ebright was identified as her mother.

RCSO said that all four people had a known relationship and their deaths are being investigated as a murder-suicide. RCSO also said that they believes this is an isolated incident.

WPBN reported that on June 24, Tirany had filed a protection order against her husband, Bo. In the protection order request that WPBN obtained, Tirany wrote that she was concerned with her husband’s mental health and that he had recently purchased a gun.

He keeps saying he is going to blow his brains out and I do not want my safety or my son’s safety in jeopardy,” Tirany wrote in a protection order request obtained by WPBN.

However, WPBN reports that the judge denied Tirany’s protection order request. She filed for divorce on July 7, just three days before she died.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the many friends and family who have been devasted by this loss. Roscommon County contains wonderfully, close-knit communities who rally around those who are struggling and in need. We encourage the people of this community to share their love and support to the many people who have been devastated by this horrific and senseless tragedy,” RCSO said.

No further information has been released. The investigation is ongoing.