With a 911 call about 6 minutes from Charlotte Rapper’s DaBaby House An unidentified person told the dispatch that he had shot an intruder on Wednesday night.
“I shot his foot,” says an unidentified 911 caller, who hears people crying in the background. “He is invading my property.”
The call led Trautman police officers to the house on Stillwater Road at around 7:45 pm. There, police officers found a person with a gunshot wound in their “lower limbs” that was not life-threatening, said Chief Josh Watson.
According to Watson, there was another unidentified person at home with DaBaby named Jonathan Kirk at the time of the shoot. Police said the shooting was an isolated case with no threat to the community.
The identity of the person shot was not disclosed. The 911 caller told the dispatcher that the trespasser had been “neutralized” and gave the injured something to put pressure on the gunshot wound.
It wasn’t clear if DaBaby was the person who fired the gun on Friday morning.
Around noon, DaBaby posted a clip of the 2002 movie “Paid in Full” on Instagram, with the caption saying “The other day’s life was great” and “I chose not to take it.” rice field.
“Buddy isn’t worth the trip, I’m stepping right,” said the DaBaby post. “Heal my boy and live. Just don’t bring you back.”
The person who received the 911 call calls the caller a “sir,” but it’s unclear if it’s DaBaby on the line because the audio released by Iredell County Emergency Communications is distorted. ..
“I don’t know what he’s here for. I don’t know what he’s here for, but he was shot,” said the 911 caller.
When asked if a man was injured and bleeding after being shot, he tells the dispatcher, “I think so, my companion.” And I’ll add later: “Yes, he’s here, so I can’t hear all the questions you’re asking.
911 call about shooting at DaBaby’s home
The caller told Dispatch that he shot a man at his home soccer field. The man may have jumped over the fence and boarded his property. “He had to break into someone else The property to get to my property, “said the caller.
The exterior of the building is surrounded by high concrete walls. Iredell County Building Permit It also shows that five guards were built in the house in 2021.
On the 911 call, the dispatcher asked the caller to “fix” the firearm. The caller responds that the gun is “safe” but refuses to clean it up completely.
“I’m not going to put it in my property with this intruder,” the caller said. “I’m not doing that. I don’t know who he was with.”
Trautman police said in a news release that only one person was taken to the hospital by the EMS in Iredell County. Please post on the agency’s Facebook page.
The call is disconnected three times, and you hear the operator call back twice in the recording, trying to convince the caller to keep the line. They seem to think that the caller intentionally hung up every time.
“Sir, I need you to stay in touch with me,” they say.
The caller claims that he needs to get another phone and open the gate to make sure there are no additional intruders in the property. Before the call was finally disconnected, I heard him telling the 911 Dispatcher:
“He’s here. He’s still fine and breathing. When everyone comes here and everyone saves this man’s life, cross-examine me. And this man me Take it off your property. “
Observers tried to contact DaBaby and the South Coast Music Group for comment, but did not receive a response on Friday.
This story was originally published April 15, 2022, 11:10 am.