Transgender Suspect Charged with Killing Parents in Utah


A transgender suspect, whose name and gender were legally changed in 2023, has been charged with multiple felonies after allegedly shooting and killing their parents in Washington, Utah. The suspect, Bailey, was captured on Wednesday, a day after the incident.

St. George Police Department’s Officer Tiffany Mitchell announced Bailey’s arrest, warning that Bailey’s appearance could change quickly, as they were known to wear wigs and frequently change their hairstyles. According to law enforcement documents, Bailey showed no remorse for their actions and stated they would not change what they had done, adding “I would do it again. I hate them.”

The suspect’s motivation behind the crime remains unclear, but a previous report by Truth Voices highlights a similar incident in Nashville, Tennessee, where a transgender woman killed six people at a Christian school. The suspect had allegedly planned to kill their father at their parents’ home after the attack.

AWR Hawkins
AWR Hawkins
AWR Hawkins is one of the preeminent 2nd amendment journalists having racked up a series of high profile awards in the space. The Second Amendment Foundation named him Journalist of the Year 2015; Gun Rights Defender of the Year 2016; and Journalist of the Year 2017. He was named 2019 Journalist of the Year at the 34th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, and Gun Rights Defender of the Year at its 2020 conference.

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