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Woman dead weeks after being denied an order of protection

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ROSCOMMON COUNTY, Michigan– A 35-year-old woman was killed by her husband just two weeks after a judge declined to give her an order of protection against him.
Tirany Savage was found dead on July 10th at her home in Roscommon.
Reports say that Savage filed for the order on June 24 in Michigan’s 34th Circuit Court, stating that her husband recently bought a gun and was exhibiting erratic behavior including threats of suicide and refusing to leave the family home:
“He has mental health issues and recently purchased a firearm and that is concerning to me. 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,” Savage wrote.
Her request was denied three days later due to insufficient evidence of immediate or irreparable injury.
Judge Troy Daniel, however, told Savage that she could file the request again in divorce court.
Savage then filed for divorce that Thursday, however, she was found dead two days later.
Authorities say they were called to a home in Roscommon Township around 3:30 a.m. where they found the bodies of Tirany, her husband, their 13-year-old son, and Tirany’s mother.
Investigators later discovered that the husband, Bo Eugene Savage, opened fire on his family before turning the gun on himself.