This is not a show transcript, but it was requested to be put here. Feel free to move it if needed.
Here's a transcript of the 911 call made by Casey, let me know if there are any mistakes.
Dispatcher: 911, what is your emergency?
Casey: Yes, there are protesters still outside of our home at 4 (address deleted). We already called about an hour and a half ago, it took over 30 minutes for the officers to get here. The protesters are now banging on our garage door, they've still been throwing things at our windows and our garage, and now the media's here. My father's going outside and there's going to be a fight. So please, can you send people down here, because- there's now a physical altercation. You need to send vehicles immediately.
Dispatcher: It's getting physical?
Casey: Yes, it's getting physical right now.
Dispatcher: Do you see them physically fighting?
Casey: Yes, I see them physically fighting; we have surveillance.
Dispatcher: Okay, do you know if there's any weapons?
Casey: I don't know if there's any weapons. I know that my father is outside, and so is my mother. So please send as many people as you possibly can.
Dispatcher: And who's this?
Casey: This (deleted name)
Dispatcher: One second, okay?
Casey: They NEED to be arrested, because this can't keep happening. We already had six or seven officers out here for almost 45 minutes and they didn't do anything. And these are the same punks that were out here all night throwing stuff at our house.
Dispatcher: Okay, stay on the line with me, okay?
Casey: I absolutely will. But please, they need to hurry up. They were- they just left not that long ago.
Dispatcher: The police officers- left?
Casey: The police officers just left- about one o'clock, yes.
Dispatcher: Okay. Stay on the line.
Casey: And a media van just pulled up and that's when all this started happening.
Dispatcher: Okay, I'm going to connect with my dispatcher. Don't hang up.
Casey: Okay, thank you.
Dispatcher: About how many people are out there?
Casey: There's at least a dozen people and now two media vans. And, there's actually more people walking in from across the street.
Dispatcher: How many people are actually involved in the altercation?
Cindy: (unclear) -I already did, I already did!
Casey: Channel 2 News has everything on cable already.
Dispatcher: Okay, how many people are involved in the altercation?
Casey: There's at least a dozen people. My mom's out there now spraying people with the hose- or my father is; they're trying to get them off the property. They're also trespassing on our property, besides, I know-
Dispatcher: Is it still happening? They're still-
Casey: They're still standing on the property, yes. They're out there recording it.
Dispatcher: So what about physical altercation? Is it over?
Casey: It's already over, yes. That's why my father-
Dispatcher #2: Okay so it's no longer physical?
Casey: It's no longer physical but, it was already physical-
Dispatcher #2: Is this a protester or resident?
Casey: It's- the protesters.
Dispatcher #2: No I'm saying, who are you?
Casey: I'm- the resident.
Casey: We have everything on tape, thanks to... Channel 2. And also our home surveillance.
Dispatcher #2: Were there any weapons involved?
Casey: Not that I could see, no.
Dispatcher #2: Are both of your parents outside?
Casey: Both of my parents are outside, yes.
Dispatcher #2: Are they already separated or are they still in a verbal?
Casey: It's still verbal and there's still at least a dozen people on our property. (pause) Mom's bringing my Dad inside, so at least my parents aren't outside, but this needs to get taken care of immediately.
Dispatcher: Are they inside now?
Casey: Yes, my parents are inside right now.
Cindy: -someone put their hands on- (faint)
Dispatcher: What happened?
Casey: Both of my parents were hit by two of the protesters.
Cindy: Channel 2 has it on video- (faint)
George: -has it on video- (faint)
Casey: As you heard from both of my parents, Channel 2 has it on video.
Cindy and George: (faint conversation)
Casey: Excellent. So can we get people out here immediately-
Dispatcher: There's somebody on their way, I need you to stay on the line okay?
Casey: Okay, I'll stay on the line until somebody comes, no problem.
Dispatcher #2: Alright, we have several units on the way.
Casey: Okay, thank you.
Dispatcher #2: Just stay on the phone just 'til we get there in case I have to-
Casey: I will, okay, thank you. Well one of the vehicles just left. (To Cindy) So white Expedition, you have the tags, he just left.
Cindy: (unclear, faint)
Casey: You already have the tag information. Yes, the guy just left, he just got in the car and left. I'm watching the screen.
Casey: My mom went outside and got the tag information for the vehicle that had been out in front of our house for at least the last three and a half hours.
Dispatcher: Okay- was that the people that were involved in the physical?
Casey: Yes, they were the people that were involved in the physical altercation. We have the make and model of the vehicle and also the tag number.
Dispatcher: Okay, the make and model was?
Casey: It was a white Ford Expedition...
Dispatcher: Okay. Was it a Florida tag?
Casey: Yes, it was a Florida tag.
Dispatcher: And what was that number?
Casey: Hold on for just one second...
Dispatcher #2: Hello?
Dispatcher: She's still on the line. They're- both parents are inside.
Dispatcher #2: Oh, they're inside the house now?
Dispatcher: Mhm. Yes.
Dispatcher #2: Did the phone die or are we stuck on mute/hold?
Dispatcher: She's getting the tag information.
Dispatcher #2: About what?
Dispatcher: The vehicle that was involved with striking the parents.
Dispatcher #2: Was it a white Suburban?
Dispatcher: Uh, Ford Expedition.
Dispatcher #2: White in color?
Dispatcher: Yup, Hello? Hellooo? Are you there?
Dispatcher #3: Hello are they still fightin'?
Dispatcher: No, she's not answering us.
Dispatcher #2: She back on the phone?
Dispatcher: No. Hello?
Dispatcher #2: Alright, (unclear) over, we can hang up.
Dispatcher #2: Thank you.