Investigators Release 911 Call In Connection With Logan Co. Stabbing


Wednesday, May 4th 2016, 10:21 pm
By: News 9


Two people are in custody in connection with a deadly stabbing in Logan County.

Wednesday, police released the 911 call, which apparently includes part of an apparent fight just before the victim died.

OSBI investigators and Logan County deputies spent hours at the scene after it happened early Monday. Authorities said methamphetamine was involved.

The 911 call began as an open line, but what the dispatcher heard was enough to know something went terribly wrong in the 8900 block of Ridgecrest Road in Logan County.

Caller: Let him go!

Dispatcher: County to 211

Caller: No, no, my baby!

It was 23-year-old Kylee Arnold calling, secretly and panicked, as she said two men with weapons were trying to rob them for a vehicle.

Caller: You have to hurry. You have to hurry. I have to get off the phone.

Dispatcher: County to 211, female...

Caller: Hurry! They're stealing our truck.

And at some point in the violent scuffle, police said Arnold's boyfriend, 28-year-old Adam Harrison was stabbed.

Dispatcher: Male subject was stabbed in his abdomen.

Caller: Hurry!

Dispatcher: Do you know who it was that stabbed your husband?

Caller: I don't know.

(During the call, Arnold referred to Harrison as her husband.)

Investigators identified one of the suspects as 23-year-old Jesus Eduardo Sanchez.

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He and another Hispanic man were unsuccessful in taking the pickup and ran off on foot after the attack, according to deputies.

On the call, listeners can hear Arnold and the couple's baby go to the neighbor’s home and knock for help.

And dispatchers stayed on the line with her until deputies arrived.

Caller: Ma'am is my husband going to die?

Dispatcher: We're going to do everything we can to help him.

Harrison's body was found at the bottom of the porch, as a result of the stabbing, according to investigators.

Deputies said Sanchez and the other man were picked up by a Tabatha Lehr.

She's being held for accessory to commit murder. Sanchez faces a first degree murder charge.

The unknown Hispanic man is still on the run, according to sheriff’s deputies.