This is the first time the public is hearing those moments just after the Draper shooting. Neighbors called in describing the chaos, some were afraid to leave their homes.
Dispatcher: "911. What's the address of your emergency?”
Caller: Yeah get someone down here."
Caller: "There's a girl out there screaming."
Caller: "We just woke up to a shooting and there's people screaming."
Callers described screams of Tracy Vaillancourt the morning of September 1st, just moments after her boyfriend Timothy Troy Walker allegedly shot her, himself and Draper police Sgt. Derek Johnson.
"As Sgt. Johnson approached the couple in his vehicle the male ambushed him and began firing at Sgt. Johnson," said Chief Bryan Roberts, Draper Police Dept.
Caller: "We just had about 5 or 6 gun shots right out in front of my house."
Dispatcher: “Could you tell what kind of weapon it was or what kind of gun it was?”
Caller: “No it was just really fast it was like a pop, pop, pop, pop, pop!"
That last caller was Ryan Herzog. The day of the shooting he told Reporter Brian Carlson initially he couldn't tell what was happening.
"Well, at first I thought a car back fired but it didn't sound like that it actually sounded like a hand gun," said Ryan Herzog, witness.
Once police arrived callers realized the grave nature of what just happened.
Caller: "I see police lights now."
Caller: "We got up and there's cops running up and down the street."
Dispatcher: "Okay, I want you to stay inside your house, keep your doors and windows locked, don't put yourself in any more danger at all."
Police are saying these 911 callers’ accounts of the events line up with what police claim happened. You can find all of those recordings on this website, just click on the link embedded in this story labeled “911 recordings”.
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