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911 tape: Listen to caller calmly identify killer

SEATTLE — The 911 tapes were released Thursday in which a caller calmly reported the murder of 96-year-old Phil Hamlin in his Normandy Park home on Jan. 25.

911tapeOperator: “911.”

Caller: “I’d like to report a murder.”

Operator: “Who was murdered?”

Caller: (unintelligible) “Hamlin.”

Operator: “OK, and who murdered him?”

Caller: “I did.”

Operator: “OK, how did you murder him?”

Caller: “I shot him with a .38 special.”

Investigators say the caller was Shane Chamberlain, admitting to the killing of Hamlin.

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Shane Chamberlain has pleaded not guilty to killing Phil Hamlin, 96, in Normandy Park in January.

Cops say the 22-year-old also beat the Hamlin’s granddaughter with a crowbar. She survived the attack.

Chamberlin is the estranged husband of Hamlin’s live-in caregiver and was staying at the house as a guest.

He pleaded not guilty to murder and assault charges. He’s due back in court Feb. 24.

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