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Domestic violence and murder strikes Denise Reed, 46,


02/17/2017 8:00 p.m.

 

It was brought to the attention of this paper of yet another such tragedy, ones that seem to play a reality within the network of our friends. Denise Reed, She was a corrections officer at the Mansfield Correctional Institution, and a friend to many in the paranormal.

Denise Reed, 46,  of 1247A Dillon Road, was pronounced dead at 8:58 a.m., according to Richland County coroner’s investigator Bob Ball. Specific details of how She(Denise)had died had not been released as of yet, as the coroner, was expected to do an autopsy to determine death. She was taken to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy.

According to  on going police reports,Her death is believed to be domestic-related in nature, according to police.Michael J. Reed, 46, was found inside the Dillon Road residence Thursday after police were called to the scene in reference to a “person possibly in distress.” Upon officers’ arrival, Denise Reed’s body was found inside, according to a news release from the Mansfield Police Department.

. A murder warrant was being prepared and was to be served on Michael Reed, according to police press release. Police said Thursday the suspect was a patient at OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital.

Other sources had said, there had been other instances and possible abuse over a period of incidents dating back years.

http://www.mansfieldnewsjournal.com/story/news/crime/2017/02/16/police-scene-dillon-road-homicide/97988056/

Police did not release the manner of her death or why the suspect is in the hospital.

In a 911 call released Thursday, a man identified as Matt Patrick said police were needed at the scene. Patrick said he saw what looked like someone lying on the floor.

Patrick said he was at the residence checking on an employee, Michael Reed, who didn’t show up for work Thursday.

Patrick told the dispatcher he didn’t really want to wait on police to arrive, as he saw a light that was on suddenly turned off. A 911 dispatcher asked him to wait until officers arrive.

“This is an isolated incident and the Major Crimes Unit is not seeking any additional suspects at this time,” according to Mansfield police Chief Ken Coontz. “More information will be released as it becomes available.”

According to property transfer records, Denise Reed bought the Dillon Road property in July.

Ball said her body is being taken to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy.

According to Mansfield police records, police officers responded to the Dillon Road address on Dec. 18 in reference to drunkenness and a domestic dispute.

Prior domestic related situations:

Denise Reed called police to say her husband was intoxicated and causing a disturbance at the house. She told police Michael Reed became violent toward her when he became overly intoxicated. She said she feared he would get physical toward her, according to the police report. Police arrested him on a charge of drunkenness and took him to jail.

On April 28, 2016, Denise Reed called 911 to 1392 BenBrandon Court in Ontario regarding a domestic dispute, according to Ontario police records. She told officers her husband had been drinking and that they got into a verbal argument, according to the police report. She said he was on medication and when he consumed alcohol, he sometimes got out of control and she did not want things to escalate.

In response to officers’ questions, Denise Reed said she did not believe he was trying to harm her in any way and said she was not in any fear for her safety or well-being at the residence.

Michael Reed told police he was wrong for how he had treated his wife and said admitted to consuming alcohol. He told police he had been off his “psychological meds” for approximately two weeks and that he had not been feeling right as a result, according to the police report.

Police  said the elements of domestic violence were not met by the facts of the incident and both parties said they felt safe staying at the residence.

Prior records show that there had been ongoing situations and a pattern of problems, that stemmed from domestic abuse.According to Mansfield police records, police officers responded to the Dillon Road address on Dec. 18 in reference to drunkenness and a domestic dispute.

Denise Reed called police to say her husband was intoxicated and causing a disturbance at the house. She told police Michael Reed became violent toward her when he became overly intoxicated. She said she feared he would get physical toward her, according to the police report. Police arrested him on a charge of drunkenness and took him to jail.

On April 28, 2016, Denise Reed called 911 to 1392 BenBrandon Court in Ontario regarding a domestic dispute, according to Ontario police records. She told officers her husband had been drinking and that they got into a verbal argument, according to the police report. She said he was on medication and when he consumed alcohol, he sometimes got out of control and she did not want things to escalate.

In response to officers’ questions, Denise Reed said she did not believe he was trying to harm her in any way and said she was not in any fear for her safety or well-being at the residence.

Michael Reed told police he was wrong for how he had treated his wife and said admitted to consuming alcohol. He told police he had been off his “psychological meds” for approximately two weeks and that he had not been feeling right as a result, according to the police report.

Police  said the elements of domestic violence were not met by the facts of the incident and both parties said they felt safe staying at the residence.

Police are asking anyone who may have additional information in reference to the homicide to contact Det. Ron Packer at 419-755-9729 or Det. Sgt. Matt Loughman at 419-755-9730.

References: http://www.mansfieldnewsjournal.com/story/news/crime/2017/02/16/police-scene-dillon-road-homicide/97988056/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Magdalenaparanormalheartandsouls/permalink/1827180017556347/?__mref=message_bubble

http://www.mansfieldnewsjournal.com/story/news/crime/2017/02/16/police-scene-dillon-road-homicide/97988056/

Paranormal Herald: Evan Jensen

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