Updated:CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
Channel 9 received the 911 call made after an 82-year-old woman was found killed in her south Charlotte home.
The call was very hard to understand because police had to distort the caller’s and dispatcher’s voice.
But during the call, there is a moment when the caller realizes there’s no need for paramedics to send an ambulance after he moved the woman out of her bed.
“I got her on the floor, but there’s no way she is alive,” the caller said.
LISTEN to 911 call here
“OK. Why do you think she is dead sir?” the dispatcher said.
“Because she’s cold, her body is very cold,” the caller said.
Ina Feldman’s son discovered her dead more than a month ago inside her home on Torrey Pines Court.
At the beginning of the call, he told the dispatcher he believes she was robbed.
He also said she had blood on her head and was still in her night gown.
Investigators later said she died from blunt force trauma.
Police haven't made any arrests in the case.
Channel 9 has continued to press investigators for more information, including search warrants.
We will provide that information as it becomes available.
Read our past coverage:
- Feb. 4: Police offer safety tips to neighbors after elderly woman murdered
- Feb. 5: Family, neighbors want answers after homicide of elderly woman
- Feb. 6: Source: Woman in south Charlotte killed by blunt force trauma
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