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Minneapolis police release 911 transcript that started George Floyd arrest

By | Rachel Brooks

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Minneapolis police have released a 911 transcript that started the George Floyd arrest. This was reported by CBS News at 11:54am on May 29. 

The 911 transcript Incident Number: 20-140629 on May 25, 2020 at 20:01:14 time. 

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911 Call Transcript Incident Number:  20‐140629  May 25, 2020; 20:01:14. It is available via the Minneapolis government. 

Operator:  911 what’s the address of the emergency? Caller:   This is ah 3759 Chicago AV. 

Operator:  How can I help you? 

Caller:  Um someone comes to our store and give us fake bills and we realize it before he left the store, and we ran back outside, they was sitting on their car.  We tell them to give us their phone, put their (inaudible) thing back and everything and he was also drunk and everything and return to give us our cigarettes back and so he can, so he can go home but he doesn’t want to do that, and he’s sitting on his car cause he is awfully drunk and he’s not in control of himself.  

 Operator:  Okay, what type of vehicle does he have? 

Caller: And…. um he’s got a vehicle that is ah…ah he got a vehicle that is ah…one second let me see if I can see the license.  The driver license is BRJ026.    

Operator:  Okay, what color is it? Caller:  It’s a blue color.  It’s a blue van. 

Operator:  Blue van?

Caller:  Yes, van.  

Operator:  Alright blue van, gotcha.  Is it out front or is it on 38th ST? 

Caller:  Ah it’s on 38th ST.     

Operator:  On 38th ST.  So, this guy gave a counterfeit bill, has your cigarettes, and he’s under the influence of something? 

Caller:  Something like that, yes.  He is not acting right. 

Operator:  What’s he look like, what race? 

Caller:  Um, he’s a tall guy.  He’s like tall and bald, about like 6…6‐1/2, and she’s not acting right so and she started to go, drive the car.   

Operator:  Okay so, female or a male? 

Caller:  Um… 

Operator:  Is it a girl or a boy? 

Caller: (Talking to somebody else)—he’s asking (inaudible) one second. Hello? 

Operator:  Is it a girl or a boy that did this? 

Caller:  It is a man.   

Operator:  Okay.  Is he white, black, Native, Hispanic, Asian? 

Caller:  Something like that. 

Operator:  Which one?  White, black, Native, Hispanic, Asian? Caller:  No, he’s a black guy. 

Operator:  Alright (sigh).  

Caller:  How is your day going? 

Operator:  Not too bad. 

Caller:  Had a long day, huh?

 Operator:  What’s your name?

Caller: My name is__

Operator: Alright_, a phone number for you?

Caller: redacted. 

Operator: Alright, I’ve got help on the way. If that vehicle or that person leaves before we get there, just  give us a call back, otherwise we’ll have squads out there shortly, okay?

Caller:  No problem. 

Operator: Thank you. 

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New York Post reported on May 29 that this call came from the clerk of the local Cup Foods on Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis, MN at 8:01pm on May 25. Floyd was detained and handcuffed before Derek Chauvin knelt on the neck and suffocated the 46-year-old. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office stated that Floyd was declared dead at 9:25pm Monday. Hennepin County stated that the exact cause of Floyd’s death was “under current investigation.” 

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