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« on: September 05, 2009, 04:19:40 AM »

Massive search for 4-year-old who needs medication
Published: Fri, September 4, 2009 @ 11:03 p.m.

GEORGETOWN, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police are seeking information on a missing 4-year-old Beaver County boy who has a congenital heart defect requiring medication.

Wyatt Thomas Smitsky, of 635 Georgetown Road, Green Township, was last seen playing outside his family’s home around 5:30 p.m. Friday. He may have walked away and become lost, police said.

The boy is 4 feet tall, skinny, with blonde hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown military T-shirt, blue denim shorts and black and red Spiderman Flip Flops.

The state police said a massive ground and helicopter search have begun.

Anyone with information should call police at (724) 773-7400.
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« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2009, 04:23:41 AM »

Search extensive for missing boy, 4, from Beaver County
         
Saturday, September 5, 2009

An extensive ground search was under way Friday night for a 4-year-old boy who state police believed walked away from his home in Beaver County.

Wyatt Thomas Smitsky was playing outside the home in the Georgetown area of Greene Township, near the West Virginia line, when he wandered away about 6:30 p.m., troopers said. They said family members are worried because Wyatt has a congenital heart defect that requires medication.

The boy is described as being 4 feet tall and thin with blond hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a brown, military-type T-shirt, blue shorts and black and red Spider-Man flip flops.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 724-773-7400.

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« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2009, 09:05:31 AM »

Boy, 4, With Heart Condition Missing In Beaver Co.
Hundreds Of Volunteers, Firefighters, Officials Search Greene Township

POSTED: 8:39 am EDT September 5, 2009

GREENE TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Authorities plan to resume searching in Beaver County on Saturday morning for a missing 4-year-old boy who has a heart condition.

Wyatt Smitsky, who has a heart condition that requires medication, disappeared while playing outside his home in Greene Township early Friday evening.

Police said they think he may have walked off and got lost. Almost 200 volunteers, rescue team members and firefighters scoured dense woods with search dogs until 3 a.m. A state police helicopter with infrared detection joined in the effort.

Crews planned to resume searching at 10 a.m. Saturday.

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« Reply #3 on: September 05, 2009, 12:53:26 PM »

Search Boy, 4, With Heart Condition Underway in Pa.

Posted: 09-05-2009
Updated: 09-05-2009 12:31:18 PM

GREENE TOWNSHIP, Pa. --

Authorities plan to resume searching in Beaver County on Saturday morning for a missing 4-year-old boy who has a heart condition.

Wyatt Thomas Smitsky, 4, who has a congenital heart defect, disappears while playing outside Friday night.

Wyatt Thomas Smitsky, who has a congenital heart defect that requires medication, disappeared while playing outside his home in the 600 block of Georgetown Road in Greene Township early Friday evening. Searchers gathered in the 9 a.m. hour to prepare to resume a search at about 10 a.m., WTAE Channel 4's Bob Mayo reported.

Relatives said Wyatt must take medication three times a day, and they believe he didn't get his evening dose Friday night. They said Wyatt has undergone three heart surgeries, including one five days after he was born and another at age 2.

Police said they think he may have wandered off and got lost at about 6:30 p.m. Authorities received a call for the missing child at about 7:30 p.m.

Hundreds of volunteers -- some using all-terrain vehicles -- rescue team members and firefighters scour dense woods with search dogs in a rural area of Beaver County to search for a missing boy. A state police helicopter with infrared detection joins in the effort.

Hundreds of volunteers -- some using all-terrain vehicles -- rescue team members and firefighters scoured dense woods with search dogs until about 3 a.m. A state police helicopter with infrared detection joined in the effort.

"Beaver County has a system in place where they can alert residents ... of what's going on, and they immediately put that blast out to everyone in this phone exchange. So, immediately, they're notified that this little boy is missing and they can be on the lookout for him," state police Lt. Steve Ignatz said.

Wyatt was last seen wearing a brown military-style T-shirt, blue denim shorts and black-and-red Spiderman flip-flops.

A Google Earth map showed the geography in the area is wooded, undeveloped terrain.

If you have information regarding this continuing investigation, contact Pennsylvania State Police.
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« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2009, 01:05:44 PM »

Boy, 4, With Heart Condition Missing In Beaver Co.
Hundreds Of Volunteers, Firefighters, Officials Search Greene Township

GREENE TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- The FBI joined as many as 500 people Saturday who are searching a rural part of Beaver County for a missing 4-year-old boy with a heart condition.

Wyatt Thomas Smitsky, who has a congenital heart defect that requires medication, disappeared while playing outside his home in the 600 block of Georgetown Road in Greene Township early Friday evening. Police said they think he may have wandered off and got lost at about 6:30 p.m. Authorities received a call for the missing child at about 7:30 p.m.

A relative told WTAE Channel 4's Bob Mayo on Saturday morning that Wyatt had been outside playing with his 3-year-old and 6-year-old sisters. When the children's mother called them in for dinner, the girls came home, but Wyatt did not. The relative said the girls told their mother that Wyatt went under a "sticky fence."

Hundreds Search Dense Wooded Area

Gathering Friday evening, hundreds of volunteers -- some using all-terrain vehicles -- rescue team members and firefighters scoured a 2-mile area of dense woods with search dogs until about 3 a.m. Saturday, when authorities continued searching, but gave volunteers a break.

"We just gave some of the volunteers a break, but there have been people working around the clock," state police Trooper Robert Lagoon said. "We still have folks that have been here since it started and all through the night, and we've been working on this case and trying to get this resolved as soon as we can."

"It's just the volunteers who have been gracious with their time, we wanted to give them a break and we've had other folks here -- fire department, county detectives, sheriff's department, other law enforcement and state police -- pretty much, we've been here all night," Lagoon added.

A state police helicopter with infrared detection joined in the effort, which was triggered with the use of technology the county employs in emergencies.

"Beaver County has a system in place where they can alert residents ... of what's going on, and they immediately put that blast out to everyone in this phone exchange. So, immediately, they're notified that this little boy is missing and they can be on the lookout for him," state police Lt. Steve Ignatz said.

Searchers gathered to form 10 groups Saturday at about 10 a.m. The searchers were joined by dogs, horses and ATVs, WTAE Channel 4's Bob Mayo reported.

Wyatt was last seen wearing a brown military-style T-shirt, blue denim shorts and black-and-red Spiderman flip-flops.

A Google Earth map showed the geography in the area is wooded, undeveloped terrain.

If you have information regarding this continuing investigation, contact Pennsylvania State Police.

Many Factors Contribute To Missing Boy's Danger

The risk for children with congenital heart defects varies from case to case. Doctors describe that type of condition as someone with an abnormal connection between heart chambers, or valves that are in the wrong place.

Cardiologist Dr. Joe O'Toole told WTAE Channel 4 Action News that blood-thinning medication and the environment are key factors in Wyatt's case.

"I think the weather may impact that as well, getting cold this time of year, in particular, the overnight. A young boy who may or may not be taking multiple medications for the heart, certainly, with the temperatures going low with any degree of isotonic heart disease would become more dangerous," O'Toole said.

Relatives said Wyatt must take medication three times a day, and they believe he didn't get his evening dose Friday night. They said Wyatt has undergone three heart surgeries, including one five days after he was born and another at age 2.

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« Reply #5 on: September 05, 2009, 02:37:03 PM »

 Sep 5, 2009 2:05 pm US/Eastern
Missing 4-Year-Old Boy's Death Ruled Homicide
GREENE TOWNSHIP (KDKA) ―
A missing 4-year-old boy in Beaver County was found dead after an extensive search by police and family members Saturday.

Wyatt Smitsky, 4, was last seen playing outside his family's home in the 600 block of Georgetown Road in Georgetown, Greene Township at about 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Sources have told KDKA-TV's Ross Guidotti that rescue workers found Smitsky's body around 1:15 p.m. in a neighbor's septic tank.

The tank had apparently been tampered with in some way and the case is now being ruled a homicide.

The boy's father has been ruled as a suspect at this time and has been taken into custody on pending homicide charges.

According to police, the boy had a congenital heart defect and was on medication.

Investigators told Guidotti that there were suspicions that this was not just a lost child case from nearly the beginning of the search. They also described the parents' demeanor throughout questioning as "aloof."

Police ask anyone with information to call 724-773-7400.

http://kdka.com/beaver/Missing.Boy.Greene.2.1165498.html
 

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« Reply #6 on: September 05, 2009, 02:57:29 PM »

Beaver County boy, 4, found dead in septic tank
      
By The Tribune-Review
Saturday, September 5, 2009

A young boy who was said to have wandered away from his home was found this afternoon stuffed in a septic tank, state police said, and his father is a suspect.

Four-year-old Wyatt Thomas Smitsky was reported last night as playing outside his home in Green Township near Hookstown in Beaver County, when he was disappeared. An extensive search was begun. Wyatt has a congenital heart condition that requires medication.

Authorities today drained a spetic tank on the property and found the boy's body, said to Trooper Robert Lagoon of the Beaver County state police barracks.

"We have located the body of the child in a septic tank. We have a known suspect and anticipate filing charges," Lagoon said.

Lagoon later said the boy's father was the suspect. The father is in custody and being questioned.

"It's a sad situation. We don't know all of the facts yet," Lagoon said.

Search teams, dogs and helicopters looked for Wyatt until about 3:30 this morning, and resumed the search at 10 a.m. The FBI also assisted because of the boy's age.

At least 500 people from the community took part in the search.

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« Reply #7 on: September 05, 2009, 04:00:53 PM »

this is just awful...that poor little boy...what could have made his father murder him? sicko people who don't deserve to have children...
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« Reply #8 on: September 05, 2009, 04:20:51 PM »

 

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« Reply #9 on: September 06, 2009, 01:24:53 PM »

this is just awful...that poor little boy...what could have made his father murder him? sicko people who don't deserve to have children...

It is always disturbing.
Who knows who is sick and who is not ? Anyone and everyone can have a child.

Anyways.. This is another person murdered and ther body was put inside of a septic tank..
Septic tanks really need to be considered in all muder cases.
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« Reply #10 on: September 06, 2009, 05:04:32 PM »

Autopsy inconclusive on boy found in septic tank

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Sunday, September 06, 2009

HOOKSTOWN, Pa. — An autopsy was performed Sunday on the body of a 4-year-old boy found stuffed in a septic tank, but a coroner said more tests are needed to determine how he died. Police are calling it a homicide investigation.

Wyatt Smitsky was reported missing by his family around 7:30 p.m. Friday.

His body was found around 12:45 p.m. Saturday after searchers drained a septic tank on property near his home in Greene Township, Beaver County, about 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

"We want to do more tests," Beaver County Coroner Teri Tatalovich-Rossi told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, declining to say how long that would take. "The cause and manner will be pending until they're done."

Homicide charges are expected after the autopsy results are completed, but it may take several days, state police said.

"It is a homicide investigation," Lt. Thomas Dubovi said. "We believe he (Wyatt) could not have gotten into that septic tank by himself. The cover is too big for a 4-year-old boy."

In reporting him missing, the boy's family told police he was playing outside with two sisters, ages 3 and 6. Hundreds of emergency personnel and volunteers had searched for the boy in dense woods with the help of dogs.

Wyatt had a heart disorder and required medication.

After the body was found, the Beaver County Times reported, police questioned the boy's relatives for hours, including his parents, Terri and John Smitsky.

John Smitsky left the police station accompanied by an attorney.

The lawyer, Joseph Horowitz of Pittsburgh, said Smitsky maintains he had nothing to do with his son's death.

"As far as he is concerned, it's an accident," Horowitz said. "He's just very upset about the loss of his son, and he wants to go home with his family."

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« Reply #11 on: September 09, 2009, 09:10:44 AM »

HOOKSTOWN - Wyatt Thomas Smitsky, 4, our Little Warrior nicknamed "Buck," was unexpectedly taken away from us on Sept. 4, 2009.

Born to Terri and Johnny Smitsky Jr. of Feb. 16, 2005, he also leaves behind two loving sisters, Tallylynn and Paige; paternal grandfather, Johnny Smitsky Sr., Hookstown; paternal grandmother, Kayda Smitsky,Weirton; maternal grandfather, Terry Randy Beck, Imperial; maternal grandmother, Cindy Beck, Georgetown; paternal great-grandparents, Tom and Shirley Smitsky, Hookstown; maternal great-grandmother, Joyce Beck, Imperial; and several loving aunts, uncles and cousins.

Friends will be received Wednesday from 1-8 p.m. in the Hookstown Free Methodist Church where services will be conducted Thursday at 11 a.m. by the Rev. Wilmer J. Olszewski. Interment will follow in Grandview Cemetery, Florence, Pa. Welch Funeral Home, Hookstown, entrusted with arrangements.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wyatt Thomas Smitsky Fund, c/o Hookstown Free Methodist Church, Hookstown, Pa., 15050.

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« Reply #12 on: September 09, 2009, 09:12:56 AM »

Officials take custody of boy's sisters
No charges filed in death of Beaver County 4-year-old
Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Beaver County officials have taken custody of the sisters of a 4-year-old boy who was found dead Saturday in a septic tank.

Tally Smitsky, 6, and her sister Paige, 3, were removed this weekend from the Greene home of John and Terri Smitsky, according to Giuseppe Rosselli, an attorney for Mr. Smitsky.

The girls' brother, Wyatt, 4, went missing on Friday and was found in the septic tank around 12:25 p.m. Saturday after an extensive search of the area.

A Beaver County Children and Youth Services official ruled yesterday that the daughters should remain in county care, and they may be placed with one of the sets of grandparents, Mr. Rosselli said.

He said he didn't know why the girls were removed.

Police are treating Wyatt's death as a homicide and are awaiting autopsy results. Coroner Teri Tatalovich-Rossi could not be reached for comment yesterday.

On Saturday afternoon, state police interviewed Mr. Smitsky for several hours and released him. He has not been charged with his son's death, Mr. Rosselli said.

The attorney said he has spoken to about 30 friends and family members, and "No one thinks Mr. Smitsky is capable of such an act."

The family reported that Wyatt was missing from their Georgetown Road home near Hookstown on Friday evening, and the search involved as many as 500 volunteers.

The septic tank lies along a fence line separating the Smitsky home from a neighbor's property. It is deep enough for an adult man to enter it, police said.

Mr. Rosselli said Mr. Smitsky, who was making funeral arrangements for his son yesterday, is deeply distraught.

"The family still wants answers," Mr. Rosselli said. "The family still wants to know what caused the death."

Jerome L. Sherman can be reached at jsherman@post-gazette.com or 412-263-1183.
First published on September 9, 2009 at 12:00 am

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« Reply #13 on: September 09, 2009, 09:18:24 AM »

State police still treating boy's death as a homicide
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BEAVER — State police continue to treat the death of a 4-year-old Greene Township boy as a homicide, but the Beaver County district attorney said Tuesday that’s typical of any investigation involving an unexplained death with unusual circumstances.

“We always start with that premise,” District Attorney Anthony Berosh said. “That’s not always where it ends up.”

Berosh met with state police for two hours Tuesday afternoon to review the status of the investigation into the death of Wyatt Smitsky of 635 Georgetown Road, who was found dead Saturday in a septic tank near his home.

State police said Saturday they considered the death a homicide, had identified a suspect and expected to file charges after consulting with Berosh. They also described the metal lid covering the septic tank as a heavy manhole cover and said it would have been impossible for the boy to lift it and access the tank.

However, Beaver County Sheriff George David, who was at the Smitsky home when the boy was found, said the lid was a “very flimsy sheet of tin.”

Berosh would neither comment on the lid nor say whether investigators still believe the boy was a victim of foul play.

Beaver County Coroner Teri Tatalovich-Rossi was unable to rule on the manner and cause of death after an autopsy Sunday, saying more tests were necessary. Berosh said forensic evidence, including tissue samples, would provide critical evidence on how the boy died. The tests can take up to four to eight weeks, he said.

Meanwhile, Beaver County Children and Youth Services have removed the boy’s two sisters from their home, according to an attorney who represents their father, Johnny T. Smitsky Jr. Attorney Giuseppe Rosselli of Pittsburgh said a hearing was held Tuesday, but a judge ruled that Tally, 6, and Paige, 3, should remain in foster care.

Rosselli said county officials are considering releasing the girls to their grandparents.

When asked why the children were removed, Rosselli said it was probably because police consider their father a suspect.

“I’m assuming that they’re taking the most cautious steps they can under the circumstances,” Rosselli said. “Mr. Smitsky, in their mind, is a suspect, and until proved otherwise you have to do what you have to do to protect the kids.”

Smitsky, 28, was questioned for hours Saturday along with the boy’s mother, Terri, and other family members, police said. Johnny Smitsky was released and remains at the family home, Rosselli said.

He said the family is preparing for Wyatt’s funeral. Visitation is scheduled for today and the funeral and burial for Thursday.

“Their world has been basically destroyed on multiple levels,” Rosselli said of the parents.

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« Reply #14 on: September 15, 2009, 03:14:43 PM »

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Sep 15, 8:51 AM EDT

DA: W. Pa. boy could have moved septic tank lid
 HOOKSTOWN, Pa. (AP) -- A district attorney says a 4-year-old boy could have moved the lid off a western Pennsylvania septic tank where he was found dead earlier this month.

Beaver County District Attorney Anthony Berosh says the tank's lid was a 14-pound sheet of corrugated metal, not a heavy, dense manhole cover as previously described by state police.

Autopsy results on the boy, Wyatt Smitsky, are pending further tests. The boy was found dead in the septic tank on Sept. 5 on property near his home in Greene Township, about 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.

Berosh says authorities still aren't sure if the boy's death was a homicide, the result of negligence or an accident.

The boy was playing with two young sisters when he went missing, prompting an 18-hour search by hundreds of volunteers.

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« Reply #15 on: October 06, 2009, 02:13:02 PM »

http://www.thepittsburghchannel.com/news/21217381/detail.html

Beaver Co. Coroner Says Boy Found In Septic Tank Drowned
Wyatt Smitsky Found Dead In September

UPDATED: 1:27 pm EDT October 6, 2009

GREENE, Pa. -- The Beaver County Coroner has ruled that a 4-year-old found dead in a septic tank drowned.

On Tuesday, the coroner issued a statement saying the official cause of death of Wyatt Smitsky was asphyxia due to drowning.

The boy was found dead in the septic tank on Sept. 5 on property near his home in Greene Township, about 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.

The 4-year-old, who had a congenital heart defect requiring medication, disappeared while playing outside his home in the 600 block of Georgetown Road.

The boy was playing with two young sisters when he went missing, prompting an 18-hour search by hundreds of volunteers.

Hazardous materials crews eventually discovered Wyatt's body in a neighbor's septic tank.

Beaver County District Attorney Anthony Berosh says the tank's lid was a 14-pound sheet of corrugated metal, not a heavy, dense manhole cover as previously described by state police. Berosh said that it might have been possible for Smitsky to move the cover by himself.

No charges have been filed in the case and police haven't said whether they believe the death was a homicide, the result of negligence or an accident.
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« Reply #16 on: October 06, 2009, 02:22:03 PM »

sooooooo....maybe this was a horrible accidental death and the father of this little boy was unfairly suspected?
I had thought about the septic tank lid...maybe someone else had removed the lid for what ever reason and didn't replace it and the little boy wandered over there and accidentally fell in? could have happened that way...poor little tyke...
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