BSO releases 911 calls in fatal stabbing
Updated On: Dec 04 2012 05:37:54 PM EST
The Broward Sheriff's Office released a 911 call that detectives said was made by a man who stabbed another person to death in Deerfield Beach.
Bradley Suessine, 42, was stabbed to death Saturday.
BSO said John Stabile confessed to killing Suessine. He is accused of stabbing Suessine in the alley between Rattlesnake Jake’s and the Sea Girl shop with a butcher knife Saturday morning, then waiting for him to die before calling to report the stabbing.
"I just stabbed a man. Hello?," said the caller.
"Okay, where are you?" said the 911 operator.
LISTEN: 911 call
"I'm on Deerfield Beach," said the caller.
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