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Police release frantic 911 call from 13-year-old girl during burglary

ABC 4 Utah has the emotional 911 tapes from a 13-year-old girl from West Weber who was home with her little sister when two people broke in.
WEST WEBER, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – ABC 4 Utah has the emotional 911 tapes from a 13-year-old girl from West Weber who was home with her little sister when two people broke inABC 4 Utah spoke to the two girls Thursday about their scary ordeal, but the 911 call speaks for itself.

GIRL: “There's men trying to break into our house and me and my little sister are home alone. I can't see them but they're trying to break the door down.

The girl on dispatch is 13-year old Kylee Newell hiding insider her bedroom closet with her 8-year old little sister Audree as she talks to a Weber County Dispatcher.

DISPATCHER: Hello?

GIRL: No, their in the house.

DISPATCHER: Ok, where are they at, upstairs?

GIRL: Yeah.

Moments later Kylee and her sister see a man enter her bedroom while they are on the phone trying not to be seen or heard by the stranger.

DISPATCHER: Just talk to me when you can, ok? We've got them on the way

DISPATCHER: Are you still there?

GIRL: Yes.

DISPATCHER: Is your sister with you?

GIRL: Yes.

The burglar inside Kylee’s room is later identified by officers as 50-year-old Robert Keith Paul. 

They say he busted in through the side door of the home after his attempt to kick open the front door was unsuccessful. His alleged accomplice was 31 year old Amy Nicole Hulse.

Still hiding inside the closet, the dispatcher informs Kylee and her little sister that an officer is present.

DISPATCHER: The reason the officer went past your house is because he saw someone walk out of the house... So he's got them pulled over so they know where you're at. I'm gonna keep you on the phone until they actually come to you, ok?

Minutes later, Kylee is told to meet the officer at the front door.

DISPATCHER: Can you go to the front door and let my sergeant in? He's right at the front door and I'll stay on the phone with you until you get there, ok?

GIRL: I don't know if anybody is here, I don't know if they're gone. I don't know if someone is still in the house.

DISPATCHER: I understand that. Its Chris Stetler is the name of the officer that's at the door, OK? And I'm going to stay on the phone with you until you get to the door.

GIRL: Audree, I want you to stay here!

The two suspects Paul and Hulse are behind bars at the Weber County Jail facing felony for charges for residential burglary, theft and possession of methamphetamine.

 

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