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Transcript of Justin DiPietro’s 911 calls

At 8:51 AM on Dec. 17, 2011 Justin DiPietro called 911 to report his daughter Ayla Reynolds missing after finding her bed empty.

There were actually two calls made, as the connection was lost during the first.

Here are the transcripts:

Call #1

KEY
ECS1: Emergency Communications Specialist
C1: Caller/xxx
AV: Automated Voice
WCC: Waterville Communications Center

AV December 17, 2011

08:49:11

Transcriber’s note:

ECS1 answers call not related to call; not transcribed.
ECS1 answers another line.
ECS1 911, where is your emergency?
C1 (Justin) xxx, Waterville, Maine.
ECS1 xxx?
C1 (Justin) Yes sir.
ECS1 Spell the name of the road just so I have it right.
C1 (Justin) xxx.
ECS1 xxx, what’s going on there?
C1 (Justin) Ah, I woke up this morning, my daughter is not here.
ECS1 Okay, how old is she?
C1 (Justin) She is an infant she’s only twenty months years old.
ECS1 She is how old?
C1 (Justin) Twenty months old.
ECS1 Twenty months old?
C1 (Justin) She’s not even two – twenty months old.
ECS1 Was there anybody else with you overnight?
C1 (Justin) My sister’s here, her daughter and my girlfriend and her son are here.
ECS1 Hang on, I’m putting you through – this is in Waterville?
C1 (Justin) Yes sir.
ECS1 What number are you calling me from case I lose you?
C1 (Justin) (Sigh) – xxx
ECS1 Okay hang on, I’m putting you through, do not hang up.
(Transcribers note: dial tone / telephone ringing)
WCC Waterville Communications Center, what’s the address of emergency?
ECS1 DPS, Augusta. I’m putting through a report of a missing child from a residence at xxx .
WCC Okay.
ECS1 Sir, go ahead.
WCC Hello.
C1 (Justin) Hello.
WCC Hi, how long ago did you see your child?
C1 (Justin) When I put her to –
AV December 17, 2011
08:56:00
ECS1 911, where is your emergency?
C1 (Justin) Yeah, I, I was just, I’d called, my phone just died and I have another cell phone now, so.
ECS1 Okay, where are you located?
C1 (Justin) xxx.
ECS1 xxx, is this regarding the juvenile?
C1 (Justin) It is, yes sir.
ECS1 Hang on, I’ll put you back through Waterville Com.
(Transcribers note: dial tone / telephone ringing)
WCC Waterville Communication Center, what is the address of your emergency?
ECS1 DPS, putting through –
C1 (Justin) Yes ma’am, I was just on the phone with you and my cell phone died.
WCC Okay, yep, I tried calling you back it went right to voice mail. What is your daughter’s name sir?
END

Call #2

KEY
ECS1: Emergency Communications Specialist
C1: Caller /
WCC: Waterville Communication Center
EP: Elisha Dipietro
WPO: Waterville police officer

WCC Waterville Communication Center, what’s the address of your emergency?
ECS1 DPS Augusta – putting through a report of a missing child from a residence at xxx .
WCC Okay.
ECS1 Sir, go ahead.
WCC Hello.
C1 (Justin) Hello.
WCC Hi, how long ago did you see your child?
C1 (Justin) When I put her to bed last night. My sister had checked on her. Um, woke up this morning, went to her room and she’s not there.
WCC Okay, how old is she?
C1 (Justin) Twenty months old.
WCC Twenty months?
C1 (Justin) Yes ma’am.
WCC All right. So you saw her last sometime in the evening?
C1 (Justin) Yeah, yeah, I put her to bed (Inaudible) at eight o’clock (8:00).
WCC All right, hold on just one second while I get somebody started right over there okay, don’t hang up the line.
(Transcriber’s note: brief pause)
WCC Sir.
C1 (Justin) Yes ma’am.
WCC Hi, I’ve got officers on the way over there. What is your name sir?
C1 (Justin) xxx.
WCC xxx?
C1 (Justin) Yes ma’am.
WCC And you said xxx or xxx , sir?
C1 (Justin) xxx.
WCC All right. What was she wearing the last time you saw her?
C1 (Justin) Um, she had some pajamas on, um, they were green pajamas.
WCC Green pajamas?
C1 (Justin) Yeah.
WCC Okay, can you remember the exact time that you saw her last or somebody saw her last in her crib?
(Transcriber’s note: C1 refers to Alicia in background)
C1 (Justin) Um, Elisha, when was the last, when is last time you went in her room last night when you saw her?
EP Ten o’clock (10:00).
C1 (Justin) Ten o’clock (10:00), ten o’clock (10:00).
WCC Ten o’clock (10:00), okay.
(Transcriber’s note: radio communication)
WCC (Inaudible) units responding, she was last seen in her crib wearing green PJs approximately 2200 hours last night.
(Transcriber’s note: radio communication ends)
WCC What’s a good phone number for you sir?
C1 (Justin) – xxx.
WCC xxx, okay. I’ve got officers on the way over there right now sir and we’ll help you, okay?
(Transcriber’s note: disconnect / return call)
WCC Waterville Communication Center, what is the address of your emergency?
ECS1 DPS, putting through –
C1 (Justin) Yes ma’am. I was just on the phone with you and my cell phone died.
WCC Okay yeah, I tried calling you back it went right to voice mail. What is your daughter’s name sir?
C1 (Justin) Ayla Reynolds.
WCC I’m sorry, Ava Reynolds?
C1 (Justin) A-y-l-a.
WCC E-y-l-a, okay.
(Transcriber’s note: radio communication in background)
WPO What number xxx?
WCC1 xxx . . 10-3.
(Transcriber’s note: WCC communicates with C1)
WCC Okay, and you’ve checked all through the house, is there any way she could have climbed out of her crib?
C1 (Justin) No, ma’am, she, there is no way she could a got, there’s no way she could.
WCC Okay.
(Transcriber’s note: radio communication)
WCC 10-4.
(Transcriber’s note: WCC communicates with C1)
WCC Okay, the officer is there with you right now. I want you to go out and speak with her, okay?
C1 (Justin) Okay.
WCC All right, bye-bye.
END

One Comment

  1. Krissy Ross June 29, 2018

    This is all so suspicious right off the bat. It’s just tragic and heartbreaking. Thank you for sharing her story with us.

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