911 calls in BSO shooting released
Updated On: Jan 12 2013 01:45:29 AM EST
The Broward Sheriff's Office released 911 calls Friday after a woman shot and killed her neighbor Wednesday morning. A BSO deputy then shot and killed the alleged shooter.
A deputy shot and killed Linda Sue Davis after she pointed a gun toward him in the 4700 block of NW 44th Street about 10:45 a.m. said police. The body of Jolene Shamburg was then found in the driveway of the home.
BSO said Davis shot Shamburg, 75, inside of the house.
One caller told police she saw an apparently armed woman coming towards her.
LISTEN: 911 calls
"There's a lady here with something that looks like a gun in her hand coming towards me. I had to run in the back," said the caller.
"Do you know this person?" asked the 911 operator.
"She lives down the road. She has something like a gun and trying to get at me, so I went in the back," said the caller. "It looks like a gun."
The caller said the woman followed her into the back yard.
"She said, 'You b****. Come over here,'" said the caller. "I'm just so nervous now."
The caller said she and the woman never had a dispute before, adding that the woman appeared to be on the phone.
Since 2008, BSO deputies responded to Davis' home 79 times for various reasons, including suspicious incidents, a mentally ill person, medical calls, information, breaking and entering and disturbances, among other things. Davis' sister said she suffered from depression and their mother had recently died.
The deputy who shot Davis was placed on administrative leave.
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