Justice For Faith

CALL INITIATED                                                   11:01:44 A.M.                                                                                

Unofficial Transcript of Durham 911 Call For Services on Friday, September 7, 2012

(Actual call 7 minutes and 51 seconds)




                                                                                                                                                             








Dispatcher:             
Durham 911, where is your emergency?
     (00:00:01)   
Caller:
Hi. Um I just walked into my apartment and my friend is just like (unintelligible) semi? unconscious.                                                                    
(00:00:16)
Dispatcher:
Okay, what’s your address, ma’am?

Caller:
I live at Hawthorne at the View. Um.
(00:0024)
Dispatcher:
Give me the address?

Caller:

I just… I just moved here. I’m about to get it. (Pause)Oh my God. It’s um 5-6-3-9 Old Chapel

Hill Road in Durham.

(00:00:35)
Dispatcher:
Okay, repeat it – repeat it to me. I want to make sure I got it correct.

Caller:
Okay.  5-6-3-9 Old Chapel Hill Road, it’s apt 1602. (The apartment # is actually 1502)
(00:00:56)
Dispatcher:
1602?

Caller:
Yes.
(00:01:03)
Dispatcher:
What’s the phone number you’re calling from?

Caller:
201-321-8075. 
(00:01:09)
Dispatcher:
Okay, you say your friend is unconscious?

Caller:

She’s unconscious.  I just walked into the apartment and there looks like there is blood

everywhere (unintelligible).

(00:01:14)
Dispatcher:

Okay. Listen to me.  Listen to me. Somebody is already sending the ambulance. Okay? I need

to get some information from you. And I’m going to help.. I’m going to tell you how to help her,

okay?


Caller:

Okay.

(00:01:31)
Dispatcher:
Okay. How old is your…How old is she?

Caller:
She’s 19.
(00:01:36)
Dispatcher:
Okay.

Caller:
I don’t know… I don’t want to touch her but... 
(00:01:41)
Dispatcher:
Listen to me. Is she breathing?

Caller:
I don’t know.
(00:01:47)
Dispatcher:
You need to check and see. Is she breathing?

Caller:
(pause) she…I don’t think so…I don’t think so.
(00:01:55)
Dispatcher:
Okay, listen to me.

Caller:
There is blood everywhere.
(00:02:00)
Dispatcher:
There’s what? 

Caller:
There is blood everywhere. 
(00:02:05)
Dispatcher:
Okay.

Caller:
I don’t know what happened.
(00:02:09)
Dispatcher:
Okay. Is she on her back or on her laying on her stomach?

Caller:

She’s on…she’s on her back, but like she…I think she fell off the bed because she’s like

off the bed. There’s blood all over the pillows like in the comforter. I just don’t know what

happened (or can’t believe this is happening). 

(00:02:16)
Dispatcher:
Okay.  Alright Listen to me alright?

Caller:
Is someone coming? …please hurry
(00:02:36)
Dispatcher:

Yes, I’ve got somebody coming ..I’ve got someone coming…  I need for you to help her. I need

for you to go up to her.  We need to see if she’s breathing or not.  Okay?


Caller:
I don’t think so.
(00:02:51) 
Dispatcher:
Okay.

Caller:
Unintelligible

Dispatcher:

Listen to me.  Go up.. The paramedics are on their way.  I want you to stay on the line. I’m

gonna tell you what to do next. Alright?


Dispatcher:
Are you right by her now?  

Caller:
Yes.
(00:03:05)
Dispatcher:
Okay. Listen carefully.

Caller:
She's not moving.
(00:03:09)
Dispatcher:
She's not moving? Okay.

Caller:
No.
(00:03:12)
Dispatcher:
Okay touch her arm and tell me how does she feel?

Caller: She’s not moving.
(00:03:18)
Dispatcher:
Okay, Ma’am we need to find out if we can help her or not.  (sound)

Dispatcher:
You’ve got to – Do as I’m asking so we can help her.  Alright?

Caller: Okay.
(00:03:29)
Dispatcher:
Okay. If you can lay her flat on her back remove any pillows.

Caller:
Lay her flat on her back?
(00:03:39)
Dispatcher:
Flat on her back remove any pillows.

Caller:Okay.
(00:03:43)
Dispatcher:
Okay. Kneel next to her look in her mouth for food or vomit.

Caller:There is blood everywhere.
(00:03:48)
Dispatcher:
Okay. Kneel next to her and look in her mouth for food or vomit.

Caller:
There’s blood everywhere.  I’m sorry (Unintelligible)(00:03:54)
Dispatcher:
It’s okay. Listen to me.  What is your name? 

Caller:
Karena. I’m sorry I’m really trying.
(00:04:01)
Dispatcher:
It’s okay.

Caller:
There’s blood everywhere. I don’t know (where it came from).
(00:04:04)
Dispatcher:
Alright.  Okay, listen to me. When you touched her how did she feel?

Caller:
What?
(00:04:12)
Dispatcher:
Does she feel warm?

Caller:
No, she feels cold.
(00:04:15)
Dispatcher:
She feels cold?

Caller: 
Yes.
(00:04:19)
Dispatcher:
Okay. Alright.

Dispatcher:
Don’t touch anything else, okay? 

Caller: 
(unintelligible)  this is crazy
(00:04:24)
Dispatcher:
Don’t touch anything else, okay.

Caller: 
Please hurry.
(00:04:26)
Dispatcher:

Okay. They’re on their way. I’ve got the police on the way to you and I’ve got a medic on

the way.


Caller: 
(Unintelligible)
(00:04:31)
Caller: 
I can’t believe this.
(00:04:34)
Dispatcher:
Okay. What room is she in?

Caller: 

She’s in my bedroom.              (this was Karena’s bedroom. Faith was a guest. She was going

to move into her own apartment before the end of September)

(00:04:40)
Dispatcher:
Okay. I want you to go back into the living room.

Dispatcher:
Okay.

Caller: 
I don’t know what’s going on…like  There’s stuff in my room that like was not here before.
(00:04:47)
Dispatcher:
Okay.

Caller: 
It looks like someone came in here (I am not 100% sure on this line)
(00:04:55)
Dispatcher:
Okay…Okay

Caller: 
It really does.
(00:04:57)
Dispatcher:
Alright. What did you say your name was again?

Caller: 

It looks like someone came in here…because …I don’t understand                                                   (caller is speaking over the Dispatcher some here)

(00:05:03)
Dispatcher:
Okay. Listen to me. Don’t touch anything else in the room.

Caller:I’m not touching…
(00:05:13)
Dispatcher:
I want you to leave that room and go into the living room.

Caller: 
Okay.
(00:05:17)
Dispatcher:

Make sure…Make sure the door is unlocked so somebody can get in. So the medic and

police can get in when they get there. Okay?


Caller:It’s unlocked. When are they getting here though?
(00:05:26)
Dispatcher:

They’re on their way honey they’re coming as fast as they can. You just stay on the phone

with me, alright?


Dispatcher:
Okay Tell me again what your name is?

Caller:It looks like someone has been in there.  It did not look like this at all.
(00:05:43)
Dispatcher:
Okay. I have let them know. We’ve got everyone on their way to help you.

Dispatcher:
Now tell me again what your name is?

Caller: 
What?
(00:05:54)
Dispatcher:
What is your name?

Caller: 
Karena Roserio.
(00:05:59)
Dispatcher:
Karena?.

Caller: 
Yes.
(00:06:02)
Dispatcher:
Okay, Karena.

Dispatcher:
You just sit down on the couch and don’t touch anything Okay you just sit down.

Caller: 
I’m not touching anything.
(00:06:09)
Dispatcher:

Okay. Okay. I just want you to sit down because the police and the medics are (sound)

are going to be there…they’re coming just as fast as they can. Alright.


Caller:Okay.
(00:06:21)
Dispatcher:
You just stay on the phone with me.

Caller: 
Okay.
(00:06:25)
Dispatcher:
Stay on the phone with me.

Caller: 
Are you sure they’re coming?
(00:06:37)
Dispatcher:
Yes, ma’am. They are on their way.

Caller: 
I just can’t believe this. (I know) Someone has had to been in there.
(00:06:42)
Dispatcher:

Okay. We’ve got…we’ve got first responders on the way, the fire trucks is coming. There’s

a medic coming and the Sheriff’s Department is on the way to you.


Caller: 
Okay.
(00:06:56)
Dispatcher:
You just stay on the phone with me until somebody gets there with you. Alright?  

Caller: 
Okay.
(00:07:03)
Dispatcher:
Okay, Karena. How old are you, Karena?

Caller:I’m 20.
(00:07:08)
Dispatcher:
You’re 20? Okay hun. You’re doing alright. You’re doing alright. Just stay on the phone with me.

Caller:I see the police.
(00:07:15)
Dispatcher:
You see the police?

Caller: 
Yes.
(00:07:18)
Dispatcher:
Okay. You let me know when they get in there with you and then you can talk to them, alright?

Caller: 
Okay.
(00:07:25)
Dispatcher:
I just don’t want you to be in there alone right now.

Caller: 
Okay.
(00:07:29)
Dispatcher:
Okay. Just stay on the phone with me.

Caller:Okay.
(00:07:35)

(another  voice – Rescue)
 
Dispatcher:
Are they in there with you? Are they coming in?

Caller:Yes. Thank you.
(00:07:48)
Dispatcher:
Alright, okay hun bye-bye.

Caller:Bye, Bye.
(00:07:51)


Caller's time during call (marker)


Please note the above is my transcription of the 911.

Faith Danielle Hedgepeth


September 26, 1992 - September 7, 2012


CALL ENDS                                                        11:09:35 A.M.                                                                                 (approx.)

Anyone with information should call the CHPD at 919-614-6363 or Crime Stoppers at 919-942-7515