Chivers is scared enough to call police during the argument.
Below is an excerpt from the 911 call made to police.
Stacee: "My boyfriend's freaking out.... (inaudible)"
Operator: "Has he been yelling at you?"
Operator: "Has it been physical?"
Operator: "How so?"
Stacee: "He just pushed me. I don't know what to do."
Stacee: "Leave me alone!"
Operator: "Ma'am, you need to separate yourself from him."
Operator: "Is there any weapons inside the home or on him?"
Chivers never gets to answer yes to that question as the phone disconnects.
“He came outside and took the phone after I was on the phone with dispatch,” Chivers said. “He took the phone away and said, ‘You're going to regret this’.”
Moments later police arrive the Ogden house and find themselves in a shootout with Collier.
Police said he texted a friend “goodbye brother,” before turning the gun on himself.
Chivers heard the gunshots.
“Just boom, boom, boom and I can’t tell you how long it went on,” she said.
Chivers ran out of the house and later learned her boyfriend died.
“I’m angry,” she added. “I feel like I’m going to die. He was the love of my life.”