Transcript of victim’s 911 call in George Zimmerman’s DV case

November 19, 2013

You all have thoughtful comments transcribed Samantha Scheibe’s 911 call:


SAMANTHA: Are you serious!?

DISPATCHER: 911. Do you need police fire or medical?

SAMANTHA: I need police right now.

DISPATCHER: Okay what’s your address?

SAMANTHA: You’re breaking something in MY house!

DISPATCHER: Ma’am. Ma’am. What’s going on?

SAMANTHA: He’s in my house breaking all my shit because I asked him to leave. He has his freaking gun breaking all of my stuff right now.


SAMANTHA: I’m doing this again?? You just broke my glass table, you just broke my sunglasses and you put your gun in my freaking face and told me to get the fuck out!! This is not your house. No, get out of here!

DISPATCHER: Okay, Where is his weapon at?

SAMANTHA: He just put it down.

DISPATCHER: Okay, and this is

SAMANTHA: No, get out of my house! Do not push me out of my house!! Please get out of my house. Are you serious right now? Are you kidding me!! You’re going to push me out of my house?and lock me out.

DISPATCHER: Okay, you’re outside now?

SAMANTHA: Yeah, he locked me out of my house.

DISPATCHER: Okay. I’ve got units on the way. Is there some place safe that you can step away from?

SAMANTHA: He has everything of mine inside.

DISPATCHER: Okay. I need you…I want you to step away from the door. Okay. I don’t want you anywhere near him. I know you’re frustrated

SAMANTHA: He knows how to do this. He knows how to play this game.

DISPATCHER: I need you to calm down. Okay?

SAMANTHA: I’m next door.

DISPATHCHER: Okay. If I was facing the house, are you in the house to the left or to the right?

SAMATHA: To the left. truck in my driveway

DISPATCHER: Okay, what happened today, what made you guys start fighting?

SAMANTHA: I asked him to leave.

DISPATCHER: Okay. Has he been drinking or anything?

SAMANTHA: mm mm {no}…….. I think he was (?) out front.

DISPATCHER: What’s he wearing?

SAMANTHA: uh….dark jeans and a uh gray t-shirt.

DISPATCHER: Okay. What kind of gun did he have?

SAMANTHA: He has this…the gun that he just smashed on my (?) was the Kel-Tech, the shotgun.

DISPATCHER: It’s a shotgun or or is it a handgun?

SAMANTHA: It’s a shotgun.

DISPATCHER: Does he have it with him now?

SAMANTHA: Well, he’s in my house. He has all of his guns inside (?He’s just unloaded? shotgun and it’s AR)He took that case to smash my table and smashed my sunglasses and smashed whatever the hell else he’s smashing there right now while I’m outside.

DISPATCHER: Okay. He had a shotgun…. an AR 15?

SAMANTHA: Yeah, and two handguns. I have my house key.

DISPATCHER: Okay. I want you to stay away from the house right now until we get there. We need to see the situation. Are you injured?


DISPATCHER: Did he put his hands on you or anything?

SAMANTHA: He pushed me (? something about her cellphone will die in a minute)

DISPATCHER: Okay. Your phone’s breaking up. What happened?

SAMANTHA: I said my battery’s at 10% so I know it’s dying here in a minute.


SAMANTHA: He just pushed me out the door. That’s all he did.

DISPATCHER: Okay. And, you just asked him to leave, and that’s what made him upset? How long has he been staying there with you?

SAMANTHA: Awhile, we’ve been together since August.

DISPATCHER: Okay. Is anybody else in the house.


DISPATCHER: And, his truck is parked outside?

SAMANTHA: mm huh. Next to my car.

DISPATCHER: And, he went back inside the house?

SAMANTHA: Yeah. The doors are locked, and he’s inside.

DISPATCHER: Okay. And, you’re still at the neighbor’s house?

SAMANTHA: No, I am sitting outside. I didn’t get the neighbors involved.

DISPATCHER: No..I want you

SAMANTHA: But, yes. I’m staying outside her house. It’s a duplex.

DISPATCHER: Okay. Stay with me for just a moment. We’ve got 3 units on the way. Have you gotten (?) for awhile?

SAMANTHA: No, not really

DISPATCHER: I’m not trying to mind your business.

SAMANTHA: No. I know this will just probably make public and I’d rather not.

DISPATCHER: I’m sorry.

SAMANTHA:No. Don’t be sorry.

DISPATCHER: And, you’re sure you’re not injured. He just pushed you out?

SAMANTHA: I’m positive. One cop’s pulling up right now.

DISPATCHER: Okay. Go ahead and talk to the officers.

SAMANTHA: No, he hasn’t stopped yet.

DISPATCHER: Okay. Let me know when he see’s you.

SAMANTHA: All right. He sees me…stopping at my house. But, I’m not walking over there yet.

DISPATCHER: Okay. Just wait until he (?)

SAMANTHA: I don’t hear anything, but I don’t think he got anything to lose at this point.

DISPATCHER: Okay. Just wait for the officer to (?) They’re probably going to talk to him first (?) as best as we can and make sure that, you know, it stays as calm as it can.


DISPATCHER: Thank you.

SAMANTHA: Thank you.

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