Caller: Um, um, um, my, um … (Caller is screaming and crying), um, my friend. Okay.
911: I can’t understand a word you’re saying. What went on there?
Caller: Okay. My friend came to the library to drop off books. There was a weird guy here but she still got out of her car and all I heard was, all I heard was screaming and, um, the phone the phone got disconnected and we drove up here because I was worried because now she’s not answering her phone. And her car is here with emergency lights and there’s blood all over the floor and her –
Caller: No, there’s blood all over the floor and her — Her blood is all over the floor!
(Inaudible - caller talking with someone in the background)
911: Ma’am, what car is your friend driving?
Caller: A white Rav4. A Toyota Rav4.
911: I’m still here with you, ma’am.
Caller: Okay. Thank you.
911: I’m going to keep you on the line, okay?
911: Ma’am, do you see her cell phone?
Caller: Yes. It’s on the floor. But I haven’t touched it. But it’s ringing because people are calling it. . . . Nobody has touched the cell phone. . . We’re not touching anything.
911: Did you see anybody around the vehicle?
Caller: No, there’s nothing — There’s nobody in the library. The library is closed. Her car is just parked in front of the library and there’s blood on the floor and her cell phone is on the floor.
911: Deputies are en route.