The police officers who found the dead body of a woman in Ohio claimed that she might have been killed by her own dogs.
The 49-year-old woman identified as Mary Matthews was found dead at her Clearcreek Township home on Friday. Clearcreek Township is somewhat 40 miles away from the northeast of Cincinnati.
The police report states that the authorities investigating the incident determined that the woman was assaulted by her dogs. She had multiple cut wounds and laceration in the lower half of her body.
While the investigators were probing the site (Mary’s home), they discovered two Great Danes. Out of them, one was black, and the other was brown. Similarly, the investigators witness mess of a blood and blood stained clothes all over the house.
The authorities initially suspected the victim’s husband responsible for the incident. They held Mark Matthews at the county jail since Wednesday. The husband was the first person to find his wife unresponsive at their home.
Mark Matthews commented that the black Great Dane was vicious and had attacked sometimes. He wanted to get rid of the dog but couldn’t due to Mary’s outstanding love for animals.
The police report quoted that Mary had been consuming alcohol and is suffering from chronic alcoholism. Her house kitchen was discovered with beer cans and medicines bottles by the police. Then police realized that the effects of alcoholism prevented her from coping with the injuries sustained by dog attacked, which made her system volatile and eventually took her life.
The authorities still don’t know that when the attack had occurred.