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Frantic caller found, but investigation continues

Monday, November 20, 2006

Law enforcement officials are no longer perplexed by Friday's frantic 911 phone call from the Heritage Lake Clubhouse.

The mystery surround the female's identity and the events surround before and after her phone call have finally been solved.

"We found her," Sheriff Mark Frisbie said to the BannerGraphic Sunday.

Frisbie said the hysterical woman was identified as a 19-year-old resident of the Heritage Lake subdivision.

According to Frisbie, the female and her boyfriend were involved in an argument inside the residence, which showed signs that a fight had taken place.

After running away from her boyfriend, who was inside her vehicle, the female placed a frantic phone call to the Putnam County 911 Dispatch Center. She told the dispatcher, "He's in my car and tried to run over me."

Before the line went dead, the dispatcher heard the female say with fear in her voice that he was coming at her.

Deputies dispatched to the scene found the phone dangling off the cradle. After canvassing the area and receiving several leads from the telecast of the tape, a family member of the female recognized her voice and pressured the female to talk to the sheriff's department.

Frisbie said the female's boyfriend was arrested in another county.

Currently, the sheriff's department is continuing to investigate the incident.

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