Mother-of-two 'brutally beaten and left for dead by her new boyfriend' who she went to visit for the weekend
Emily Lambert, a third grade teacher, was found dead after being beaten to death and now her boyfriend Robert Earley is under arrest. Thanks to John for posting.
Operator-"911 what is your emergency?
Caller-"Yeah erm, my girlfriend whe..left last night er we were at the Stevens bar inn (inaudible) and she hasn't made it back to the hotel. She-i don't know where she went. She left with, she was talking about leaving with someother guy, and she hasn't made it back."
A truthful report of a missing person should be where the subject tells us what he knows, what he saw, thought, etc.
Here we have two "lefts" indicating withheld information regarding what happened to her in this time period of missing info.
Note also any struggle with a pronoun. "She, I..."
Pronouns are instinctive. There should be no mistake with pronouns.
Note the change from "left" to "talking about leaving"
Operator-"Ok, and where you at
Caller-"The Stevens Inn"
Operator-"What is your name?"
Caller-"Its Robert Early"
Operator-"How do you spell your last name?"
Operator-"And you phone is--------------------"
Operator-"And where do you live Robert?".
Caller-"Er, er,er US Texas"
Operator-"And is (Inaudible)
Operator is typing. The Caller fills in the silence by saying "Ive been pacing since 5:30 this morning"
Caller-"Erm, just because--she was pretty intoxicated and she has some insecurities and..
Note the need by the caller to disparage the victim.
Note the need to express his "pacing" and the reason.
operator-"Ok, What is her name?"
Caller- "Emily Lambert, i just, i didn't know maybe she got picked up for PI" (maybe she walked down the road, she was, she was in a really cute dress and some high heels, and i had her ID, and her phone was in the room on the charger. We took my phone. And, i really didn't think anything of it because she was like, she was like, well this guy over here has been hitting on me, and he said if you arn't going to treat me right that he will take me home.And i was like whatever if thats what you really want"
Note that he not only tells us what he did not think, but also the reason. This is very sensitive.
Note also the attempt to once again, disparage the victim, and seek to cast blame away from himself.
He also verbalizes the argument between them. (see the mention of speech above)
Operator-"Ok, what kind, what color dress?"
Caller-"Erm, it was like white and black (pause) with black high heels, with little biddy silver balls, i think on the bottom of the heel. And her purse is in the car and she doesn't have anything with her. Ive driven up and down the street, and looked to see if she was walking down the road or something."
"to" here is the same as "because" as he feels the need to say why he looked for her.
caller-"And havn't seen her. I mean ive called, ive talked to her parents, her ex husband, she aint, nobody has heard from her"
In an open statement he is reporting a missing person yet feels the need to say that he has not seen her. This is a very strong indication of deception. He was not asked if he had seen her. A person should tell us what they saw, heard and said, not what they did not see, did not think, etc.
He also reports what she does not have.
Operator-"Ok, is her phone in the room, or, her purse is in the car?"
Caller-"Yes, her phone, her phone is here. she didn't, she was wearing a little, she was wearing, she didn't have any pockets"
Operator-"Ok, let me have an officer come and see you2
Caller-"Ok, thank you"