Monday, February 25, 2013
Cuyahoga Falls police arrested David P. Seitz in December after he allegedly tried to shoot his girlfriend with an assault rifle.
Updated Feb. 25, 2:45 p.m. On Monday, David P. Seitz pled not guilty by reason of insanity to multiple felony charges stemming from a Dec. 29 incident where he allegedly tried to shoot his girlfriend with an assault rifle. Seitz, 27, of Cuyahoga Falls, appeared before Judge Paul Gallagher in a pretrial hearing Monday and entered the insanity plea. Gallagher ordered a psychiatric evaluation, and will hold a status hearing on April 8, according to a court spokesperson. Seitz was arraigned in the Summit County court on Feb. 15 and initially pled not guilty to "attempted murder, felonious assault and improperly discharging a firearm at or into a habitation or school, all second-degree felonies; two counts of domestic violence, one a first-…
Thursday, January 3, 2013
David P. Seitz II, 27, of Cuyahoga Falls, was charged with multiple misdemeanor and felony counts following a Dec. 29 incident where he allegedly attempted to murder his girlfriend.
David P. Seitz II pled not guilty to numerous misdemeanor charges in Stow Municipal Court on Wednesday in connection with the alleged attempted murder of his girlfriend. According to the Stow Clerk of Courts Office, Seitz, 27, of Cuyahoga Falls, pled not guilty to domestic violence, aggravated menacing, using a weapon while intoxicated and discharging firearms -- all of which are first-degree misdemeanors. His pretrial on those charges is set for 10:15 a.m. on Jan. 7 in Stow Municipal Court. Seitz is also facing several major felony counts, including attempted murder, felonious assault and the discharge of firearms. His preliminary hearing on those charges will be held on Jan. 7 as well, but the case will likely be bound over to the …
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is looking for information on Anthony Dowell II.
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is on the lookout for Anthony Dowell II. Dowell is wanted by the U.S. Marshals and the Shaker Heights Police Department for attempted murder. According to a press release from the task force, Dowell shot—and nearly killed—a friend after a fight over a dice game back in October. The friend jumped on an RTA bus and got away. Dowell, 30, is about 5’11” and 170 pounds. He’s thought to be hiding in the Cleveland area, and he used to live near the 1000 block of Roanoke Road in Cleveland Heights. Individuals can call the task force with information at 1-866-4WANTED or text a tip to 847411 (tip411), keyword WANTED. Tips can stay anonymous, and there is a reward available.
Monday, December 31, 2012
On Dec. 29, David P. Seitz II, 27, of Cuyahoga Falls, allegedly loaded a rifle and tried to kill his girlfriend.
A heated domestic dispute almost ended in murder when David P. Seitz II allegedly loaded a rifle and tried to shoot his girlfriend. The woman told police she was choked and assaulted, and said Seitz, 27, threatened to kill her, then himself, according to a message posted on the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department's Facebook page. Seitz reportedly fired off six rounds as he and his girlfriend struggled for control of the weapon. The pair suffered minor injuries during the incident that allegedly took place inside the High Street residence they shared. According to police, the rifle and ammunition were being stored inside the residence prior to the dispute. Seitz was arrested on scene and charged with attempted murder, a first-degree felony; …
Sunday, April 8, 2012
Roseling, 59, of Euclid, had pleaded guilty to the crimes on March 5 in the Cuyahoga Falls case.
Eugene Louis Roseling, 59, of Euclid, was sentenced on Monday to 11 years in prison for getting caught in the act of stabbing his wife. Roseling pled guilty on March 5 in Summit County Common Pleas Court to attempted murder, a first-degree felony, and felonious assault, a second-degree felony, according to the Falls News Press. This past November, Cuyahoga Falls police officers Ted Davis and Joel Moledor rushed to Squires Bend after getting a report of a woman frantically screaming. When officers arrived, they could hear screams for help from behind a locked garage. Moledor kicked the door in and he and Davis confronted Roseling as he was stabbing his wife. His wife, who had been staying with family in Cuyahoga Falls, was stabbed three …