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911 calls give play-by-play of alleged Warren Co. home invasion


New 911 calls released help paint a picture of what is suspected of happening that led to two people being shot in Hamilton Township on Saturday night.

The 911 calls, released on Monday, reveal a play-by-play of a teenage suspect shot after police say he was being aggressive and sexually threatening. In those calls, callers said that the suspect was running around naked and screaming obscenities, and say he was behind some fenced property.

"There is a young man in my front driveway naked running around screaming stuff,” said one male caller.

"He doesn't have any ****** clothes on. He's running down the road. He's probably on something,” said a separate female caller.

That female caller said she saw the 17-year old running into a field across the street from her home on Murdoch-Goshen Road. Eventually, she says, he made it to her yard.

"You better hurry. He's going to get shot,” she told dispatchers.

She tells dispatchers that he wants to get into her house next. In the calls, you can hear that woman engage with the teen. His family, who lives nearby, identified their son, Kristepher Wheelen, II, on Sunday to FOX19 NOW as being shot in the incident.

"Stay away from me. Stay away from me. You will get shot. I understand that. I understand. Please, please,” said that female caller, apparently talking with the suspect.

"What is he saying to you,” replied a dispatcher. "He keeps telling me that he's straight. I never said you were gay, honey. I believe you,” she said.

Again, the woman warns the suspect.

"My husband's going to shoot you,” she said in the call.

Just seconds after that, it appears a shot had been fired.

Police say the suspect was in the home, and shot outside in the front yard. Officers say a witness told them the suspect was acting irrational and bizarre. The caller later explains to dispatchers that she was hit by her husband's shotgun round, injuring her shoulder and eye.

"My husband shot him. He tried to hurt me,” she yelled. A dispatcher responded asking, “Your husband shot him?”

"Yes! He tried to hurt me,” replied the caller.

On Sunday, the teen's father told FOX19 NOW that he didn't believe the shooting was justified and that hospital staff told him that his son was shot in the back. The teen was taken to Bethesda North for treatment. The female that was also injured was taken to UC Medical Center. Police expect both to survive.

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