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Teen Calmly Tells Dispatcher He Killed His Family

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by DVeng, Oct 9, 2012.


  1. DVeng

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    Wow.....that is all kinds of messed up. I'm actually speachless....
     

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    Right next to us, very creepy. Took the county 30 some minutes to respond


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    Somebody's about a toy short of a happy meal...

    Kudos to the dispatcher.

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    Holy....... Kudos to the call taker. My prayers for her that she can get through this. I can't imagine taking that call.
     
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    Excellent job by the dispatcher, she kept the situation contained and eliminated alot of the defense's options at the same time.
     
  10. Hour13

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    ****ing hell. I don't even know...

    Absolutely outstanding job by dispatcher, solid, solid work. Have no idea what else to say, that is damn scary to listen to.

    Not a praying man, but prayers sent regardless.

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  11. rednoved

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    Crazy.

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    I think I'm going to have nightmares just from listening to that. I don't understand how someone can just choose to take lives like that, especially family. My brain just doesn't work that way.

    The 911 operator deserves all kinds of kudos for her professionalism. So many I'm afraid would have panicked and made the situation worse. That is one very bad situation that could have been made a lot worse simply by saying the wrong thing to the caller. My prayers go out to the dispatcher that she isn't effected by taking the call.
     
  13. collim1

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    I agree, top notch dispatcher.

    If he wanted to kill so bad he should have stuffed that revolver down his throat and choked on it.
     
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    Yes... phenomenal. She had to be masking her horror while putting on an empathetic voice to keep him on the line and at the scene.

    I couldn't listen for more than a few minutes, and she did it for 30.

    I wouldn't be surprised if this winds up in training for dispatchers.
     
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    You'll be fine... until you feel "smothered", at which time you're gonna twist off on somebody.

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  16. RyanBDawg

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    No suicide at the end?

    What a failure.

    Apparently it takes half an hour to respond to a double murder in Annetta South Texas..


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  17. purrrfect 10

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    I Agree now we going to support him for the rest of our lives. Very sad all around, especially for the rest of his family


    Hats of to the dispatch but,
    yea that took way to long CMon the kid could have said this is taking to long think I will walk the neighborhood and see who else I can shoot.
     
  18. DoogieHowser

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    wow... I stopped listening to it after about 6min...
     
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    Kudos to the dispatcher.

    We had something similar happen here.
     
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