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Cleveland Transgender Woman Found Dead

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — The person found dead in a Cleveland parking lot early Saturday morning has been identified as a transgender woman.

The owner of Ecclesiastic Granite Fab found Skye Mockabee, 26, dead about 8 a.m. in the parking lot his business on West 130th Street in the city’s Puritas-Longmead neighborhood.

Mockabee was lying face down next to a tow truck. She was bleeding from the mouth, according to a police report.

Cleveland EMS and firefighters got to the scene and said Mockabee’s injuries were suspicious. She was pronounced dead about 8:30 a.m., the report says.

Cleveland police originally identified the victim as a man. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office on Monday identified Mockabee by her birth name.

Police have released few details about her death, including a motive for the killing. Police spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia said there was no further information to release.

Mockabee is the fourth transgender woman killed in Cuyahoga County in as many years. Though police have not confirmed if investigators believe her gender identity played a role in her killing, Mockabee’s death is a reminder for the LGBT community of the dangers they can face. (via cleveland.com)

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