Police investigate missing Covington woman's disappearance
COVINGTON, Ky. (WKRC) - A woman fighting Stage 4 lung cancer has been missing since Saturday and her family is concerned that someone may have taken her against her will.
Marcie Satchwell was last seen by neighbors at her home on Birch Ave. Saturday night. Her neighbor said she wasn't feeling well and went to the grocery store for her to get what she needed for the night. Satchwell uses fentanyl patches for pain and needs oxygen when she sleeps.
"I feel like something is not right," said Amy Brewer, Satchwell's daughter. "I think that if something has happened to my mom, the pain medicine is behind it."
Covington Police said Satchwell's maroon PT Cruiser was last seen driving south on Madison Ave. near Latonia Ave. Saturday night at 11:30 p.m.. The license plate number is 570 RLS.
Satchwell's friends and family said she never drove at night and her dog Gizmo was in her house.
"He was left here in the house and there is no way she would have left that dog," Brewer said.
Tricia Schneider shares a duplex with Satchwell. She said they exchanged Facebook messages Saturday night just before 9. When she awoke the next morning, Satchwell's car was gone.
"She's just a very, very polite person. She sat and she listened to me about my problems and I listened to her about her problems," said Tricia Schneider.
Satchwell's family said she was depressed and in a lot of pain from her cancer but she would never leave without telling someone.
"She's kind, she's gentle, she's got a beautiful soul. She'd do anything for anybody," said Darla Deatherage, Satchwell's sister.
Covington Police said they're treating the case as a missing persons case. A detective is investigating her disappearance.
Anyone with information Satchwell's whereabouts should call Covington Police at 859.356.3191