911 Calls Released of Murder Involving Kansas City Chiefs Linebacker

Published 12/05 2012 05:15PM

Updated 12/05 2012 09:09PM

9-1-1 calls released of the murder involving Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher shows the moments of desperation from the suspect's mother. Saturday Belcher's mother Cheryl Shepherd called 911 after her son shot his live-in girlfriend Kasandra Perkins.

Fire Dispatch: "And is (she) breathing?"
Cheryl Shepherd: "She's still breathing but barely! Please hurry! I don't know how he (inaudible), they were arguing... They were arguing..."
Fire Dispatch: "Ok, she's been shot?"
Cheryl Shepherd: (inaudible)
Fire Dispatch: "Ok, right now is she awake?"
Cheryl Shepherd: "Kasandra, stay with me! The ambulance is on the way. You hear me? You hear me?! Kasandra! Hey! Stay with me!"

After shooting Perkins multiple times Saturday morning, Belcher drove to Arrowhead Stadium where he took his own life in front of the Chiefs' general manager, head coach and defense coordinator. Belcher and Perkins recently had a daughter three months ago.

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