Matthews , 49, on Friday at her home in Clearcreek Township. No details were available Tuesday. She was found in the bathroom of her home near the front door. Blood was found in the garage, entryway into the house and laundry room, as well as in the bathroom and other parts of the house, according to an incident report. Matthews was found by her husband, Dale Mark Matthews, when he returned after two days in the county jail to their home in a subdivision off Ohio 73 and between Springboro and Waynesville, where they lived with two dogs, according to records. The husband said they kept the dogs for two years against his better judgment, noting one was vicious. Dale Mark Matthews said theirs weighed and pounds, with the smaller one the more aggressive. Under current Ohio law and to hold insurance, rescues could no longer take Great Danes that had bitten someone, Bath said.
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Warning: This story contains graphic details. Reader discretion is advised. An Ohio woman was likely mauled to death by her dogs and too intoxicated to call for help, authorities say. The victim, year-old Mary Matthews, was found dead on the floor of her bathroom on Friday in Clearcreek Township, Ohio, according to police. She had cuts and puncture marks all over her body, and a chunk of flesh was missing from her ankle, according to a police report obtained by NBC News.
By Joshua Rhett Miller. Mary Matthews, 49, was found dead Friday in her Waynesville home by her husband, Dale Mark Matthews, some two years after she rescued the aggressive dogs, the Dayton Daily News reports. I probably should have put my foot down and said no, obviously. Matthews said he was bitten by one of the massive dogs last month, leading him to worry that someone else could be attacked one day. Matthews made the horrific discovery after being released from the Warren County Jail earlier that day. Police also found that a chunk of flesh was missing from her ankle, WKRC reports. Blood was found throughout the home, including on the couch where investigators recovered another piece of flesh. The dogs were euthanized on Saturday, the Dayton Daily News reports.