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Transgender Utah woman shot parents dead, told police she would 'do it again': police

Mia Bailey, 28, led multiple police agencies on an hours-long Utah manhunt in her yellow Kia Soul

An "armed and dangerous" transgender woman accused of gunning down her parents in their Utah home spurred an hours-long manhunt this week, telling authorities she would "do it again" after her capture.

Mia Bailey, 28, was arrested Wednesday and charged with 11 felony counts related to the double homicide of parents Joseph, 70, and Gail Bailey, 69, and the attempted murder of her brother, according to the Washington City Police Department.

"We have some good news. We have the suspect in custody." St. George Police Officer Tiffany Mitchell announced in a Facebook live broadcast, telling residents of the Bloomington Hills and Fort Pierce they were no longer urged to shelter in place. "Everyone is safe. No one else was injured."

Bailey allegedly broke into her parents' home around 7 p.m. on Tuesday and shot her father in the head and her mother three times, police told KSL.

She then went downstairs to find her brother and his wife locked in his bedroom and shot through the door before fleeing the scene. Both survived; Bailey later told police that she didn't care whether the shot killed her brother, according to court documents reviewed by KUTV.