1st 911 call transcript from Red Roof Inn standoff - New York News

1st 911 transcript

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Agency: Woodbury Police Department
Date of Incident: 08/31/2012
Time of call: 01:09:54 a.m.
Caller: Unknown

 

DISPATCH: 911 emergency.

(Male voices in the background inaudible) I'm not f------ (inaudible). (Continued talking in background. Not understandable.)

DISPATCH: 911 emergency.

(Talking in background not to dispatcher) (Inaudible) Here we go. (Inaudible) Here you go. (Inaudible) took my knife.

(Yelling by more than one male inaudible.) Hey. (inaudible) man. We (inaudible). What? Okay. So (inaudible). F------ truth so let me get my knife (inaudible) my whole f----- knife (inaudible). You got the nine. Okay, I got my knife. (Inaudible).

DISPATCH: Hello.

(Continued talking in the background by several males that is inaudible.) (Inaudible) I want my knife. (Inaudible) says you got locked up. (Inaudible) You know. Yeah. Well whatever. (Inaudible). I got more you can have it. I want money. (Inaudible) I put the knife in (inaudible). Meanwhile, I, I, I'm the only (inaudible) dude. I'm the first. (Inaudible) You and me in the same boat. (Inaudible) hotel. I'm not (inaudible). (Inaudible) hotel. I told you (inaudible). No I don't. (Inaudible) or dead or whatever. (Inaudible) I want (inaudible). I'll (inaudible) too. You want (inaudible). I want (inaudible).

DISPATCH: Hello, 911.

(Continued talking/arguing in the background inaudible).

(Female voice) (Inaudible) my hair.

(Male voices) (Inaudible) everybody. Every f------ thing I got. (Inaudible). I ain't got (inaudible). I ain't got your (inaudible) what's up? What's up? (Inaudible) Everybody told (inaudible). You're not (inaudible). D---. I (inaudible). Who got me first? (Inaudible) Take that s--- off the pot. (Inaudible). He don't f--- you. (Inaudible) leave it alone. (Inaudible). I'm not f------ (inaudible). Where's the f------ (inaudible). I'm not (inaudible). Bro, bro, bro, bro, bro, bro. bro.

(Female voice inaudible.)

Everything's over there (inaudible) over there. Bro, bro, bro.

(Males continue) (Inaudible) Hey (inaudible). Hey (inaudible) you can have my (inaudible). I'll tell you that's (inaudible). One, zero one. (Inaudible) one zero (inaudible). Yeah zero, zero, zero. Three of them. (Inaudible) you know what I'm saying (inaudible). Who f-----. (Yelling.) Who is this? (Inaudible) he's all good. That's right (inaudible). We's all related to (inaudible). (Inaudible) are brothers. I (inaudible) wanted a brother. My kid brother. (Inaudible).

Dial tone.

Call ended on Friday, Aug. 31, 2012 at 01:18:20 a.m.

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