Archive of 10-03-10
On 3 Oct 10 Rebecca Smith, age 27, 1208 Park
Avenue Room 2, New Matamoras, reported she was involved in an
argument with her ex-husband after she observed him speaking
to another woman at a bar that evening. Though she stated on
a 911 call that her husband struck her, Ms. Smith later denied
any physical assault took place. Ms. Smith thereafter reiterated
that she only argued with her ex-husband. As a result, Deputy
Sheriff Reeder closed this case as unfounded.
On 3 Oct 10 the Devola Fire Department transported
Helen McIntosh, age 71, 713 Devola Street, Marietta, to Marietta
Memorial Hospital for treatment to injuries suffered when she
fell while fleeing a dog attack. Ms. McIntosh was walking her
dog in front of Putman Cemetery when two loose dogs began running
toward her. When she attempted to escape, Ms. McIntosh tripped
and fell into a fence, injuring her face and back. Emergency
room personnel stated Ms. McIntosh’s injuries do not appear
serious. The Dog Warden’s office will be issuing citations
to the owner of the dogs as a result of the incident.
On 3 Oct 10 Shawntae Cline, age 22, 702 Fourth
Street, Belpre, reported she was assaulted by Seath Sebring,
age 21, 1901 Lang Farm Road, Marietta, while the two attended
a party in Marietta. Ms. Cline said she has a protection order
against Mr. Smith but agreed to attend the party with him after
he sent her a text message. Arguing in a bathroom at the party,
Mr. Sebring shoved Ms. Cline into the bathtub in a jealous rage.
Mr. Sebring choked Ms. Cline and held her in the bathtub until
other partygoers heard a commotion and intervened. Mr. Sebring
then made threatening comments to other individuals at the party
and fled the home. Based on his investigation, Deputy Sheriff
Caltrider requested warrants for Mr. Sebring for assault and
for violating the terms of a protection order.
On 3 Oct 10 Clyde M. Law, age 76, 4930 State
Route 339, Vincent, reported a young calf is missing from his
farm on Two Mile Run Road in Cutler. Mr. Law said he is unsure
if the calf was stolen or if it was killed by another animal.
This case remains under investigation (707).
On 3 Oct 10 the concessions manager for the
Marietta Youth Soccer League, 724 River Road, Marietta, reported
an unknown suspect(s) pried open a window and door on the concession
stand and stole approximately $250 in candy and $20 in change.
This case remains under investigation (1104).