NBC 7 Investigates: San Diego Police Face Scrutiny Over Woman's Murder

Neighbors called 911 begging for help nearly two hours before police arrived to the victim’s Rancho Penasquitos home.

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Hasnain says:

“Officers found Connie’s lifeless body inside her condo Wednesday morning, June 15. But neighbor interviews, dispatch records, 911 call timestamps and surveillance video all gathered by NBC 7 Investigates show the calls for help started nearly 12 hours earlier.

Around 7 p.m. the night before two neighbors called 911 reporting a man banging on Connie’s door and screaming. Over the next hour, at least five more calls rolled into 911, but no officers were dispatched. Then, just after 8 p.m., neighbors heard and saw something that prompted dispatchers to speed up the police response.”

Posted on 2022-07-19T04:36:35+0000