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Jun-10-2013 17:40printcomments

Inmate Charged in Stabbing Death of Another Inmate

The victim was serving a 30 day sentence for Contempt of Court.

Suspect, 42-year old David Ray Bartol
Suspect, 42-year old David Ray Bartol

(SALEM OR) - The victim inmate stabbing victim in the June 4th assault that occurred in the Marion County Jail died from his injuries at about 8:45 p.m., Sunday night.

Victim, 33-year old Gavin Lee Siscel

A press release issued by the Marion County Sheriff's Office indicates that the victim, 33-year old Gavin Lee Siscel, was only serving 30 days on a contempt of court charge.

He was being treated at the Oregon Health and Science University Hospital in Portland for the violent attack at the time of his death.

Marion County detectives have notified his family. After Mr. Siscel was assaulted, but prior to his death, inmate David Ray Bartol, 42, was indicted for Attempted Aggravated Murder, Assault 1 and being an Inmate in Possession of a Weapon.

Bartol remains in isolated custody at the jail.

Given the passing of Mr. Siscel, the District Attorney's Office says they "will be reviewing the charges against Bartol".

The investigation is ongoing and no further information about the assault is available at this time. At the time of the stabbing, the authorities refused to identify either inmate. Marion County Jail in Salem, Oregon has a long record of inmates dying and being murdered within the confines of its property, under heavy security.

See: Marion County Inmate Hospitalized After Assault

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Joy June 17, 2013 9:55 pm (Pacific time)

It will be interesting to see if Marion County will actually follow thru on this one of many murders that have one on in there, especially just the last few years - least we forget their was no consequence nor punishment to the guy who murdered Robert Haas - in fact Nothin was done on it until the family finally went after the county for wrongful death, but even then only a cash settlement was had, no charges or legal accountability to the inmate who did it, and so many more go Haas's way... could this actually be a turning point? Police have the right to "arrest and detain" If it's for the "safety" of the person from themselves or for the safety of the public... Marion County sheriff's office have always proved themselves in the reverse position... more DIE in their custody that would have lived had they not gone into MCCF custody - scary place that jail, and Lane isn't much better off either!

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