Police release more 9-1-1 calls from SPU shooting (AUDIO)
SEATTLE — Police have released more audio recordings to Q13 FOX News of 9-1-1 calls from the campus shooting last month at Seattle Pacific University.
26-year-old Aaron Ybarra is accused of fatally shooting a student and wounding two others on June 5th. Court documents say Ybarra admitted the killing to detectives and told them he had planned a mass shooting with the hope of killing as many people as possible before killing himself.
The Seattle Police Department selected three 9-1-1 calls to release just a day after the shooting. They released more calls on Friday.
“Hi, I’m an SPU student, I’m in Otto Miller Hall 253,” a caller told dispatchers. “We have the doors all boarded, but there’s a man outside of the room asking if there is anyone in here. We are trying to be really quiet, but he keeps knocking on the door.”
“I’m at SPU in a lockdown and I think the guy is in the building I am in,” another caller said. “He knocked right before I called a couple of times.”
Another said,”I heard it [shots fired] and ran into my office and shut the door.”
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