XCrazedxPyroX267 karma2015-03-21 14:08:19 UTC
My sister was murdered last year in her apartment by her roommate and he was actually the one who called and reported it and told the operator how to get to the apartment. Listening to that call was the most chilling thing I've ever heard in my whole life. The way he talked about her to the operator. The operator did a phenomenal job of keeping her composure and keeping him on the line. Well I just found out recently that that was the last 911 call she ever handled, she quit about 3 weeks after her paid leave was up. She didn't want to take calls anymore. I want to reach out to her and thank her somehow, but I wouldn't think they'd give me that info. So I want to thank you for your dedication and hard work. If there was a way to figure out how to reach out to that operator, how would you recommend I do so?
Edit: For the curious, I haven't listened to it in a long time, but this is the call.
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XCrazedxPyroX52 karma2015-03-21 17:58:21 UTC
Thank you for responding. I'll try that. Through the grieving process I never even begun to think about the operator. I just found out the other day, maybe a week or so ago, about her leaving her job. It's been a year and a month since that day, and it just hit me like a ton of bricks. I really want to reach out to her. Thanks again, I think I'm just starting to ramble now!
XCrazedxPyroX20 karma2015-03-21 18:26:57 UTC
Thanks again. I appreciate it, I really do. Stay strong out there.
XCrazedxPyroX17 karma2015-03-21 18:26:29 UTC
He turned himself into the authorities about 4-5 hours after he did it. He was going to try an insanity plea at first, but eventually plead guilty before we even made trial. Sentenced to life in prison, chance of parole in 25 years on Aggravated Murder/Rape.
XCrazedxPyroX3 karma2013-01-04 14:53:21 UTC
Please tell the story about meeting the firefighter
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