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« on: November 19, 2009, 09:04:45 AM »

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911 CALL: Shinaya Davis 911 call from Fayetteville Police Dept

Call is answered and Shaniya’s mother Antoinette is crying so hard the 911 operator has to ask a few times for her address.

ANTIONETTE: I woke up this morning and my daughter was not in the house.  I don’t know if she walked out or I don’t know what’s going on but she’s not here.
911: How old is your daughter?
ANTIONETTE: She’s five.
911: Five?
ANTIONETTE: Yes, ma’am.
911: Ok, what time did you wake up? When did you last see her?
ANTIONETTE: I saw her at 5:30 last night.
911: 5:30 last night, is that when you put her to bed?
ANTIONETTE: Yes, ma’am.  No, when she went back to bed
911: That was 5 this morning, is that what you’re telling me?
ANTOINETTE: Yes ma’am.
911: Ok, were there any doors open or anything like that?
ANTIONETTE: She know how to unlock the front door.
911: What is her name?
ANTOINETTE: Shaniya Davis.
(spells out the name)
911: Is she white, black or Hispanic?
ANTOINETTE: She’s mixed.  She’s bi-racial.
911: What was she wearing?
ANTOINETTE: She’s wearing just a blue, big old blue shirt with designs on the front, but her hair is out.
911: Did she have on any pants?
ANTOINETTE: No, she didn’t take no shoes, no pants, no nothing.
911: Did she have on underwear?
ANTOINETTE: Yes ma’am.
911: Do you know what color?
ANTOINETTE: They’re white and they’ve got pink…I guess, I can’t really remember. They’re like white with pink designs on them.
911: You said none of the doors were open?
ANTOINETTE: No ma’am they were locked, but she knows how to unlock the front door.
911: Was it closed this morning?
ANTOINETTE: Yes ma’am.
911: You say that was around 5:30?
ANTOINETTE: Yes ma’am.
911: Have you checked the neighborhood?
ANTOINETTE: I’ve checked everywhere.  I haven’t checked the back end of the neighborhood yet, but I’ve checked the front end.  I’m just…I don’t know what else to do, I’m so…I don’t know what else to do.
911: Are there any more juveniles inside the home?
ANTOINETTE: There’s my son, but he’s here.
911: And your door was not unlocked, that’s what you’re telling me?
ANTOINETTE: No it was not unlocked, but I’m telling you she knows how to unlock it.  I’m hoping that she didn’t unlock it and walk out.
911: What’s the number you’re calling me from ma’am?
ANTOINETTE: It’s my cell number.
911: We’ve already got your call in we’re going to get someone out.  You said her hair was out?
ANTOINETTE: Yeah, just like a bushy afro.
911: How much does she weigh, do you know?
ANTOINETTE: I don’t know ma’am, I don’t remember.
911 operator wraps up the call.

http://www2.wnct.com/nct/news/local/article/911_call_shinaya_davis_911_call_from_fayetteville_police_dept/75988/
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« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2009, 09:08:40 AM »

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Found at WS:

Transcribed 911 Call:

Dispatcher: 911, what is your emergency?
AD: Yes, ma'am. My name is Antionette Davis at 11[inaudible] Sleepy Hollow.
Dispatcher: Ma'am?
AD: My name is Antionette Davis at 1116a Sleepy Hollow.
Dispatcher:I said I'm not getting your address clearly. Can you slow down a little bit, and tell me again?
AD: Yes. 1116a Sleepy Hollow.
Dispatcher:1115a?
AD: 16
Dispatcher: One six?
AD: Yes, ma'am.
Dispatcher: Okay, ma'am, how can I help you?
AD: (Short pause) I woke up this morning and my daughter was not in this house. I don't know if she walked out or...I don't know what's goin on, but she's not here. .
Dispatcher: How old is your daughter?
AD: She's 5.
Dispatcher: 5?
AD: Yes, ma'am.
Dispatcher: Okay. What time did you wake up? When did you last see her?
AD: I saw her, uh, at 5:30 last night.
Dispatcher: 5:30 last night? Is that when you put her to bed?
AD: Yes, ma'am. NO, when she went back to bed.
Dispatcher: Okay. That was 5 this morning, is that what your telling me?
AD: Yes, ma'am.
Dispatcher: Okay. Um, were there any doors open or anything like that?
AD: She know how to unlock the front door.
Dispatcher: Okay. What is her name?
AD: Shaniya Davis.
Dispatcher: Spell that name for me.
AD: S-h-a-n-i-y-a.
Dispatcher: And she's White, Black or Hispanic.
AD: She's mixed.
Dispatcher: Okay.
AD: She's biracial.
Dispatcher: What was she wearing?
AD: She's wearing a blue, just a big old [inaudible], blue shirt with designs on it, but her hair's out.
Dispatcher: Okay. Did she have on, um, any pants?
AD: She didn't take no shoes, no pants, no nothing. She...
Dispatcher: Did she have on underwear?
AD: Yes, Ma'am.
Dispatcher: Okay. Do you know what color?
AD: They're white, and they got pink, I guess. I can't...I can't really remember. But they like white with pink designs on them.
Dispatcher: Okay. Okay. And you said none of the doors were open?
AD: No, ma'a. They were locked, but she knows how to unlock the front door.
Dispatcher: Was it closed this morning?
AD: Yes, ma'am
Dispatcher: And you said it was about 5:30?
AD: Yes, ma'am.
Dispatcher: Okay. Have you checked the neighborhood?
AD: I checked everywhere. I haven't checked the back end of the neighborhood, yet, but I checked the front end. I'm just, I don't know what else to do. I don't know what else to do, I'm so...I'm, I don't know what else to do.
Dispatcher: Are there any more juveniles inside the home?
AD: It's my son, but he's here.
Dispatcher: Okay. And your door was not unlocked, that what you're telling me?
AD: No, it was not unlocked, but I'm telling you, she knows how to unlock it. I was hoping that she didn't unlock it and walked out.
Dispatcher: Okay. What's the number you're calling me from, ma'am?
[redacted]
Dispatcher: Okay. We already got your call in. We're going to get someone out. You said her hair was out?
AD: Yes. It's like a bushy afro.
Dispatcher: How much does she weigh? Do you know?
AD: I don't know, ma'am. I don't remember.
Dispatcher: Okay. Alright, ma'am, just try to um, try to check your home again, and check around the neighborhood again, and if anything changes, call us back. But we already got the call in, and we're going to get someone out as soon as we can, okay?
AD: Alright.
Dispatcher: Alright ma'am. Thank you.


http://www.wral.com/news/local/audio/6439590/


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