JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- In their own words: The State attorney's office just released new documents and 911 calls in the case against Michael Dunn, the man now accused of first degree murder.
Photos from Jordan Davis crime scene
"May I please have the ambulance please? Someone has been shot," said a 911 caller.
The desperation is clear in the voices of 911 callers right after 17 year old Jordan Davis got shot.
Six people called 911 minutes after the November 24th shooting.
Though the names of the callers are redacted, one young man asks the 911 operator to help his friend.
"Who shot him," asked the dispatcher.
"No, I do not, but please send help right away. We need help," said the caller.
No one mentions Michael Dunn by name, the man now charged with first degree murder in Davis' death.
"We had shots fired in the parking lot, the person left, but we did get a license plate," said one caller.
Newly released documents and pictures also show the bullet ridden red Durango Jordan Davis was riding in.
Shell casings litter the ground, and a blood stained sweatshirt lies on the floor.
Witnesses to the shooting described the scene to 911 operators.
"It was like pop pop pop pop pop, then it stopped then pop pop," said one caller.
Also in the documents, Jordan Davis' toxicology report, which came up clean... his cause of death is listed as multiple gunshot wounds.
The calls for help came too late.
Michael Dunn is due back in court on March 19th.
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