Transcripts of 911 calls from incident that resulted in two misdemeanor charges, including assault on a female, against Caroline Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy:
Greg Hardy’s 911 call
911: Charlotte Mecklenburg 911, this is David. Do you need police, fire or medic? 911, do you need police, fire or medic?
Hardy: (Inaudible.) She’s hit me in the face twice. She won’t get out. We’re trying to get her out of my house. She keeps running back in every time. My neighbor is outside, she’s witnessed everything.
911: What’s the address?
Hardy: Somebody please come.
Hardy: I have a videotape of everything. … Keep her away from me, please. My assistant is trying to retain her. She’s trying to break free, hit me with her heel. Now I’m literally running around the table right now. She’s trying to hit me with a shoe.
911: What’s your phone number?
Hardy: Ahhh (expletive). She broke some glass. Man, (expletive). (Expletive)!
911: What is your phone number?
Hardy: She’s trying to hit me with another shoe. I’m behind the bar. I’m not touching her. My manager’s retaining her. She’s still trying to get me.
911: She’s outside of the apartment right now?
Hardy: No, she won’t let me close the door, and I can’t touch her to get her out. She’s literally kicking and scratching but my manager is retaining her. She’s throwing one of her heels right now. She just tried to hit me once. She’s hit me in the face twice. I’m trying to stay away from her. Can you please send somebody to help me? Keep her, bro. Keep her. Don’t let her go. Don’t let her go.
911: Do you need medic?
Hardy: I don’t need a medic. She hit me in the face, I’m fine. I’m not bleeding or anything. It’s a little swollen but I’m fine. … You shouldn’t have hit me. You shouldn’t have hit me.
911: Yes, sir?
Hardy: She refused to leave. She told me to break her arm when I asked her to leave. (background noise)
Hardy: Hello? What, what, what should I do? Should I leave? What should I do? She…
911: Where are you at now?
Hardy: I’m inside the apartment. Trying to get out, she’s literally blocking. She’s at the door, won’t leave. We’ve been trying to get her to leave for an hour. I’ve asked her to leave a thousand times and she hit me in the face twice. I can’t walk through my kitchen, there’s glass. She broke glass.
911: Has there been any drug usage?
Hardy: Yeah I think she’s on coke or something. I don’t know. She’s been drinking. I don’t know what she’s on man.
911: OK. Is it…
Hardy: Like yo, she’s out of it, my man. And she will not stop coming at me, bro.
911: Were there any other weapons involved?
Hardy: Come again?
911: Any other weapons?
Hardy: There’s no other witnesses.
911: Any other weapons?
Hardy: Ah (expletive), am I bleeding? (Expletive), I’m bleeding, man. (Expletive).
911: Are there any other weapons involved?
Hardy: Yes, my manager is standing right here trying to keep her away from me.
911: No, weapons.
Hardy: No. it’s just me and him here. She came in …
911: Sir, does she have any other weapons such as a gun or knife?
Hardy: No. She’s swinging her fists and her heels. I have one of her heels now. Her other heel is on the ground. She doesn’t have the heel right now and that’s all she was swinging at me. My manager is trying to detain her. He’s not trying to hurt her or anything, just trying to keep her away from me.
911: Were you trying to leave the property?
Hardy: Come again.
911: You said …
Hardy: She’s fighting my manager right now trying to …
911: OK, well, we’ll have a unit out to (redacted).
Hardy: Oh she’s trying to come at me, bro. Don’t let her do it, bro.
911: We have an officer out there to be dispatched. OK?
Hardy: Thank you. Please, please hurry.
Building attendant’s call
911: What’s going on?
Male voice: If we get the police here, we can talk to you about (it) once you get here.
Female voice: Domestic violence. Do you hear that bull(expletive)? He’s beating her ass in there. Some girl’s getting her ass beat upstairs, and I heard it. And I seen it. He is beating her ass right the (expletive) now. So get here now. I was in the apartment, he’s beating her ass.
911: OK, are they married?
Male voice: No, sir.
911: Does she need medical attention? Because I’ve already got officers on the way.
Female voice: You better come because who the (expletive) knows?
Male voice: She’s saying she was in the front room and he was in the back room.
Female voice: I heard it all for the last half-hour.
911: Ma’am, let him speak, OK?
Male voice: What she first stated when she came back here was she was in the front room and the guy ...
Female voice: He’s beating her ass.
Male voice: Excuse me, let me finish the conversation please. So she stated it was domestic violence. She had to run out. Anyway, she was in the front room. And the other girl getting beat up, she was in the back room or what not.
Female voice: We need the police here now before this girl gets seriously hurt. Now.
Male voice: They’re already on the way. ... The other female’s walking out now. The female that was just talking, first she said she seen the girl getting her ass whupped, getting her ass beat. First she said she heard it, heard them back in the back room. Then she said the fact that she heard it all. So she went from saying that she seen it, to she went to saying that she seen it all. She had ran out and came down here.
911: The female that was just yelling into the phone, what is her name?
Male voice: I don’t know her name. She just stated her name to you. It’s my first time seeing these girls ever. The one that was talking, she’s drunk. You can tell she’s inebriated.
911: Where’s she at now?
Male voice: She walked to the front.
911: All right. We’re on the way, OK?
Male voice: Well, you should have been on the way.
911: No, I’ve entered a second call. The first call, they’ll be there in a second. But I went and entered another call. The first call ...
Male voice: (Inaudible.) Eight minutes.
911: I understand that. The first call, he called. The male called. Now you called.
Male voice: Yeah, she asked me to call.
911: Police are already there. They’re outside.
911: Charlotte 911 Do you need police fire or medic?
Male voice: Hello, no this is not an emergency. There was an officer in my neighborhood, Reitz, R-E-I-T-Z, about 5:30 in the morning and he asked me some questions and I did have more information than I gave him involving the domestic violence. I did have more than I realized and if I could talk again to one of the officers there were eight out here investigating the incident involving (redacted).
911: All right I can have that sergeant give you a call and ...
Male voice: Yes it was sergeant sorry I did not mean to say officer I’m sorry.
911: No, that’s fine. That shift has already left for the day.
Male voice: If I could just tell anyone and he promised me my name wouldn’t be involved. I’m seriously afraid of my neighbor, he’s a huge guy. He’s 6-4 and 290 pounds. But there were like eight guys out here outside my door because the neighbor is right next door to me. And I was kind of afraid to say anything and I didn’t think it meant that much. She was moving furniture or something at like 4 a.m. in the morning or something and then I realized that might’ve been the incident. And so I called her and she said no, we were not moving furniture or throwing things on the floor and I honestly didn’t realize that was the incident. The sergeant, Reitz, asked me how I could sleep through that and I thought that was weird, and so I called her just now and asked her if she and her husband had been moving furniture.
911: OK, we’ll have that sergeant give you a call.
Male voice: OK, so it’s not going to be until he comes back on shift, right?
911: No it would be unless that’s what you want. It looks like that number’s still open. I don’t know why they’re still open, but it’ll be the first-shift sergeant giving you a call.
Male voice: Great because I’d just like it dated and move on. Thanks.
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