The 911 info is, in my opinion, conflicting and confusing: They have the cell that called 911* No one spoke directly to the dispatcher. Investigators also believe Jayme was at home during the shooting based on details from the 911 call and evidence from the home. The dispatcher "could hear a lot of yelling" during the 911 call. The call was "pinged" to the Closs' home. When the dispatcher called the number back, a voicemail greeting indicated that the phone belonged to Denise Closs. Then yesterday, Sherriff Fitzgerald says both that the call is "confusing" and there's "nothing" to help in it. So, which is it? Is there nothing or is there yelling? If there was yelling, who was it? Was someone yelling about Jayme? To Jayme? Was it Jayme yelling? If so, to me, that's not "nothing". *ETA: If they have the phone, they also have the fingerprints to know who dialed it. That's significant in and of itself, but especially in conjunction with the mysterious yelling and unknown origin of the conclusion Jayme was there.