Three people were killed and another was injured in separate shootings in the Bronx and Queens last night—and that included one of NYC's top tax cops. Police found 42-year-old Tracey Young shot in the torso and head in her Briarwood home at around 11 p.m. According to the Post, she lived with her husband, former 32nd precinct cop Clarence Cash, who later turned himself in and remains in custody at the 107th precinct. “She was an incredible investigator—one of the top 10 in New York State. She made so many cases,” the assistant director of investigations for the department told the Post.

Young was a criminal investigator with the state Department of Taxation and Finance since 2002; she specialized in illegal cigarette smuggling. A neighbor said he heard a commotion before the shooting: “I heard a couple of loud banging noises last night—like someone was doing construction and dropped something. I went up the stairs and saw a lot of cops and firefighters,” said Martin. He added that Cash seemed like a doting husband: “I spoke to him all the time. He was a quiet guy, very friendly. It’s a shock. He always called her ‘My sweet lady’ and things like that.”

There were two other fatal shooting around the city last night: police say Monique Rodriguez, 33, was fatally shot in the head at Bronx nightclub Club Heat around 4 a.m. this morning. Another man, 28, was shot in the right arm at the club, but fled the scene and drove himself, where he is listed in stable condition. Frank Keith, 20, was also shot in the torso in Queens at about 4:45 a.m—he died at a nearby hospital.