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  • 911 call audio: You hear her tell him to put the gun down. Seconds after police arrive - gunshots.

    Warning: Graphic violence audio content. This is the edited audio from a 911 call between Rueben Galindo and Charlotte Mecklenburg Police dispatch on Sept. 6, 2017. The entire 911 call released by CMPD lasted 11:17. Prior to this call, Galindo called 911 and spoke to a dispatcher through an interpreter for nearly 15 minutes, saying he had been drinking and wanted to turn himself in.

Warning: Graphic violence audio content. This is the edited audio from a 911 call between Rueben Galindo and Charlotte Mecklenburg Police dispatch on Sept. 6, 2017. The entire 911 call released by CMPD lasted 11:17. Prior to this call, Galindo called 911 and spoke to a dispatcher through an interpreter for nearly 15 minutes, saying he had been drinking and wanted to turn himself in.
Warning: Graphic violence audio content. This is the edited audio from a 911 call between Rueben Galindo and Charlotte Mecklenburg Police dispatch on Sept. 6, 2017. The entire 911 call released by CMPD lasted 11:17. Prior to this call, Galindo called 911 and spoke to a dispatcher through an interpreter for nearly 15 minutes, saying he had been drinking and wanted to turn himself in.

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