Recordings: 911 calls show panic, calm inside bank

CN+R STAFF REPORTS
Posted 9/25/19

The Chatham News + Record has obtained recordings of the 911 calls  from the September 12 hostage incident at the State Employees Credit Union in Pittsboro.

The recordings include three 911 …

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Recordings: 911 calls show panic, calm inside bank

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The Chatham News + Record has obtained recordings of the 911 calls  from the September 12 hostage incident at the State Employees Credit Union in Pittsboro.

The recordings include three 911 calls from citizens, as well as conversation from inside the bank with the bank manager and the suspect, Kevin Laliberte of Pittsboro, who was charged with multiple felony offenses in relation to the incident.

Note: Some of the calls include profanity.

Read the full story about the content of the recordings in this week’s News + Record.

911 Call made by people inside the SECU
911 Call by SECU employees reporting the incident
911 Call of a man outside of the SECU
911 Call of SECU Bank Manager Chris Woodard and negotiations with the suspect Kevin Laliberte

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