911 Call Transcript

First Call

911: 911, what’s your emergency
Lena: (sounding very upset) my baby’s missing
911: ok, where is your address
Lena: 45 Dennison street
911: 45?
Lena: 49
911: ok, how old
Lena: I was out looking for her for over an hour
911: ma’am, how old? I need you to calm down
Lena: I’m sorry. she’s only 3
911: when was the last time you saw him
Lena: this morning, real early. I went in and checked on her ‘cos she’s been sick with the flu
911: is it a male or female
Lena: it’s a girl
911: a girl?
Lena: yes
911: ok you saw her this morning around 6:30
Lena: yes
911: when was the last time, that was the last time you saw her was at 6:30 this morning?
Lena: yes and then she laid back down and went back to sleep and we went back to bed
911: were the doors open or anything
Lena: no the doors weren’t open
911: were they locked
Lena: uh, I yes I think
Lena: me and my other kids
911: ok, do you live with her father
Lena: no
911: who is her father?
Lena: her father is a guy named Eric Harris. he doesn’t even know that she exists.
911: ok, and you’ve been looking for her for the past hour
Lena: yes, I’ve looked everywhere (inaudible)
911: what was she wearing whenever you put her back in bed?
Lena: she had on a pair of purple Dora PJs. we went up all these streets, we went up all these streets
911: have you been outside checking the area
Lena: yes, I’ve drove up all the streets around here looking thinking maybe she went outside or something and I don’t think my mom woulda came and got her because she woulda woke me up and stuff (??? inaudible, something like she’d be the only one ???)
911: have you called your mother?
Lena: no, I need to do that to see if she has her
911: do you have a phone number for her?
Lena: yes, it’s 304 452 8295
911: 8295?
Lena: yes
911: and what is her name?
Lena: Joann Evans
911: Joann Evans?
Lena: yes
911: well do you want to call her real quick and then just call me back right back so I know what’s going on, ok?
Lena: ok
911: alright
Lena: ok, bye

2nd call

911: 911, what is your emergency?
Lena: This is Lena Lunsford. My mom doesn’t have her.
911: She doesn’t have her?
Lena: She doesn’t have her. She’s coming now. ….oh my god
911: you don’t know of anyplace that she would’ve went to in the community? is there a friend’s house close by or somebody that she plays with?
Lena: no
911: ok, is there anyplace there in the community, a playground, or does she go to church anywhere there?
Lena: no.
911: ok.
Lena: (crying) help me find her.
911: ok, I’ve got an officer on the way, ma’am, I just need you to calm down, ok
911: you have checked everywhere in the house?
Lena: yes.
911: all the closets?
Lena: yes
911: under every bed?
Lena: yes
911: do you have a basement?
Lena: yes and it’s been checked too
911: ok, how about the vehicles outside
Lena: it’s been checked. that’s what I used to go look for her
911: and you said there are other children in the residence?
Lena: yes (hyperventilating)
911: and is she tall enough to where she’d be tall enough to reach the door handle?
Lena: yes she is
911: ok
Lena: oh my God. (baby crying in background) Destiny, please come here and play with your brother for a moment
911: what color is her hair?
Lena: she has brown hair and brown eyes
911: do you know how much she weighs?
Lena: she weighs approx. 32-35 lbs. maybe a little more.
911: ok, do you know how tall she is?
Lena: uh, umm…….I’m guessing around 3 feet. I’m not for sure right now, I’m sorry.
911: that’s ok. was there anybody else in the residence with you this morning? any other adults?
Lena: no, umm the only adult that (cuts out)
911: …the other children are in the residence
Lena: I have 5 kids
911: ok, so there’s 4 others in the residence?
Lena: there’s 3 right now
911: ok , where , where is the other one?
Lena: my son is at visitation with his father.
911: ok, (cuts out)
911: so you got up at 6:30 this morning with her and she got sick?
Lena: yes
911: and she went back to bed, went back to sleep and then you you laid down also?
Lena: yes
911: how old are your other children that are (cuts out)
911: ok, did any of them see her this morning? what time did they get up?
Lena: they came in here, erm, I’m not sure, maybe around seven seven-thirty, came in here in my room with me
911: ok, you said 11 year old, a 9 year old, and an 8 month
Lena: yes
911: can you look outside and see the officer
Lena: (inaudible) oh God (cuts out)
911: there
Lena: in the front
911: ok
Lena: oh my God…yes I see one out here
911: ok, I’m going to go and let you off the line so you can go talk to him
Lena: ok
911: all right thank you
Lena: all right, bye

The 911 Call

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Aliayah Lunsford Allegedly Last Seen

  • 3116 days, 18 hours, 10 minutes ago

About Aliayah Lunsford

Age 3, Aliayah Lunsford's mother claims that she last saw her daughter at home on September 24, 2011 around 6:30 a.m.

Aliayah has brown eyes and hair, is around 3 foot tall and weighs about 30lbs.

Last seen wearing purple Dora the Explorer pajama bottoms, pink princess sweatshirt and no shoes, Aliayah's ears are pierced and she is missing four (4) front teeth.

If you have any information on her whereabouts, call the Lewis County Sheriff's Department at 304-269-8245.


What happened to Aliayah?

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