911 calls released in fraternity house attack

January 27, 2011 10:50:19 AM PST
911 calls made after a homeless man allegedly pushed his way into a UNC Chapel Hill fraternity house and attacked a woman were made public Thursday.

Police say it happened at the Beta Theta Pi house on South Columbia Street around 1:30 p.m. Monday.

"I have a man that just came in the house, attacked me, tried to lock me in the bathroom so he could attack me, threatened to kill me, now I have several students holding him trying to keep him here until you can get here," the woman tells a 911 operator.

Click here to listen to the call (.wav)

The victim, a 39-year-old cook, told police the suspect, Troy Watson, knocked on a basement window and then pushed his way inside.

A male caller to 911 said he didn't recognize Watson. The student said fraternity brothers came to the woman's rescue when they heard her screaming.

Click here to listen to the second call (.wav)

Watson faces several charges including felony kidnapping.

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