Statement Analysis 911 Call for Reann Murphy by Killer
The man accused of killing a 9-year-old girl then dumping her body in a dumpster is the one who called 911.
The Wayne County Sheriff's Department also said that 24-year-old Jerrod Metsker also took part in the search for Reann Murphy Saturday night. There is, at times, a need to control and a need to know, by the guilty.
"We have a missing person"
Note the caller begins with the pronoun "we" and calls the victim a missing "person" and not a young girl. "person" is gender neutral and a generic term, which is not expected when one is speaking of a young child.
The subject (caller) stays with the pronoun "we", which can be used to share guilt. He had strangled the little girl.
"a little girl, Reann"
He does not ask for help for Reann specifically, only to send a squad out.
Regarding what she was wearing, he did not answer, saying he did not know how far he could take his mom's cordless phone. This avoidance means that the question of knowledge of her clothing may be sensitive to the subject.
he did not give his last name, until specifically asked. Here is the only area in which he spoke for himself:
"I had knock on my door, basically."
The word "basically" means that there are other things in his mind, just that he is not saying what they are.