Following are partial transcripts of two 911 calls Nicole Brown Simpson made to police on Oct. 25, 1993, from her townhouse:
Nicole: Can you send someone to my house?
Dispatcher: What’s the emergency?
Nicole: My ex-husband has just broken into my house and he’s ranting and raving outside in the front yard.
Dispatcher: Has he been drinking or anything?
Nicole: No. But he’s crazy.
Dispatcher: Did he hit you?
Dispatcher: Do you have a restraining order against him?
Dispatcher: What is your name?
Nicole: Nicole Simpson.
Dispatcher puts out domestic violence call for any patrol car to respond to the address at Gretna Green Way. About 50 seconds later, Nicole Simpson called back:
Nicole: Could you get somebody over here now, to . . . Gretna Green. He’s back. Please.
Dispatcher: What does he look like?
Nicole: He’s O.J. Simpson. I think you know his record. Could you just send somebody over here?
Dispatcher: What is he doing there?
Nicole: He just drove up again. (She begins to cry.) Could you just send somebody over?
Dispatcher: What is he driving?
Nicole: He’s in a white Bronco, but first of all he broke the back door down to get in.
Dispatcher: Wait a minute, what’s your name?
Nicole: Nicole Simpson.
Dispatcher: OK, is he the sportscaster or whatever?
Dispatcher: Wait a minute, we’re sending police. What is he doing? Is he threatening you?
Nicole: He’s f------ going nuts (sobs) .
Dispatcher: Has he threatened you or is he just harassing you?
Nicole: You’re going to hear him in a minute. He’s about to come in again.
Dispatcher: OK, just stay on the line.
Nicole: I don’t want to stay on the line. He’s going to beat the s--- out of me.
Dispatcher: Wait a minute, just stay on the line so we can know what’s going on until the police get there, OK? OK, Nicole?
Dispatcher: Just a moment. Does he have any weapons?
Nicole: I don’t know. He went home. Now he’s back. The kids are up there sleeping and I don’t want anything to happen.
Dispatcher: OK, just a minute. Is he on drugs or anything?
Dispatcher: Just stay on the line. In case he comes in I need to hear what’s going on.
Nicole: Can you hear him outside?
Dispatcher: Is he yelling?
Dispatcher: OK. Has he been drinking?
Dispatcher: OK. (Speaking over radio to police units . ) All units: More on the domestic violence at . . . South Gretna Green Way, the suspect has returned in a white Bronco. Monitor comments. Incident 48231.
Dispatcher: OK, Nicole?
Dispatcher: Is he outdoors?
Nicole: Uh-huh, he’s in the back yard.
Dispatcher: He’s in the back yard?
Nicole: Screaming at my roommate about me and at me.
Dispatcher: OK. What is he saying?
Nicole: Oh, something about some guy I know and hookers and keys and I started this s-- before and. . . .
Nicole: And it’s all my fault and ‘Now what am I going to do,’ ‘Get the police in this’ and the whole thing. It’s all my fault, I started this before. (sigh) brother. (inaudible) kids (inaudible).
Dispatcher: OK, has he hit you today or. . . .
Dispatcher: OK, you don’t need any paramedics or anything.
Dispatcher: OK, you just want him to leave?
Nicole: My door. He broke the whole back door in.
Dispatcher: And then he left and he came back?
Nicole: He came and he practically knocked my upstairs door down but he pounded it and he screamed and hollered and I tried to get him out of the bedroom because the kids are sleeping in there.
Dispatcher: Um-hum. OK.
Nicole: He wanted somebody’s phone number and I gave him my phone book or I put my phone book down to write down, the phone number that he wanted and he took my phone book with all my stuff in it.
Dispatcher: OK. So basically you guys have just been arguing?
(Simpson continues yelling unintelligibly.)
Dispatcher: Is he inside right now?
(O.J. still yelling.)
Dispatcher: OK, just a moment.
(More unintelligible yelling by O.J. Simpson.)
Dispatcher: Is he talking to you?
Dispatcher: Are you locked in a room or something?
Nicole: No. He can come right in. I’m not going where the kids are because the kids. . . .
Dispatcher: Do you think he’s going to hit you?
Nicole: I don’t know.
Dispatcher: Stay on the line. Don’t hang it up, OK?
Dispatcher: What is he saying?
Dispatcher: What is he saying?
Nicole: What else.
(Sound of police radio traffic.)
Nicole: O.J., O.J., the kids are sleeping.
Dispatcher: He’s still yelling at you?
(Sound of yelling, Nicole sobbing into telephone.)
Dispatcher: Is he upset with something that you did?
Nicole: (Sobs) A long time ago. It always comes back.
Dispatcher: Is your roommate talking to him?
Nicole: No one can talk, listen to him.
Dispatcher: Does he have any weapons with him right now?
Nicole: No, uh-uh.
Dispatcher: OK. Where is he standing?
Nicole: In the back doorway, in the house.
O.J.: . . . I don’t give a s-- anymore (expletive deleted). . . .”
Nicole: Would you just please, O.J., O.J., O.J., O.J., could you please (inaudible) Please leave.
O.J.: . . . I’m not leaving. . . .
Nicole: Please leave. O.J. Please, the kids, the kids are sleeping, please.
Dispatcher: Is he leaving?
Dispatcher: Does he know you’re on the phone with police?
Dispatcher: Where are the kids at right now?
Nicole: Up in my room.
Dispatcher: Can they hear him yelling?
Nicole: I don’t know. The room’s the only one that’s quiet. . . . God.
Dispatcher: Is there someone up there with the kids?
(Yelling continues in the background.)
Dispatcher: What is he saying now? Nicole, you still on the line?
Dispatcher: Do you still think he’s going to hit you?
Nicole: I don’t know. He’s going to leave. He just said that. He just said he needs to leave.
O.J.: . . . Hey! I can read this b---s--- all week in the National Enquirer. Her words exactly. What, who got that, who?
Dispatcher: Are you the only one in there with him?
Nicole: Right now, yeah. And he’s also talking to my, the guy who lives out back is just standing there. He came home.
Dispatcher: Are you arguing with him, too?
Nicole: No. Absolutely not.
Dispatcher: Oh, OK. OK.
Nicole: That’s not arguing.
Dispatcher: Yeah. Has this happened before or no?
Nicole: Many times.
Dispatcher: OK. The police should be on the way. It just seems like a long time because it’s kind of busy in that division right now.
Dispatcher, to police: Regarding Gretna Green Way, the suspect is still there and yelling very loudly.
Police officer on radio: 52 on Gretna Green.
Dispatcher: Is he still arguing?
(Knock at the door.)
Dispatcher: Was someone knocking on your door?
Nicole: It was him.
Dispatcher: He’s knocking on your door?
Nicole: There’s a locked bedroom and he’s wondering why.
Dispatcher: Oh. So he’s knocking on the locked door?
Nicole: Yeah. You know what O.J., that window above you is also open. Could you just go, please? Can I get off the phone?
Dispatcher: You want, you feel safe hanging up?
Dispatcher: You want to wait till the police get there?
Dispatcher: Is he still arguing with you?
Nicole: Um-hum. He’s moved a little (inaudible).
Dispatcher: But the kids are still asleep?
Nicole: Yes. They’re like rocks.
Dispatcher: What part of the house is he in right now?
Dispatcher: And you’re upstairs?
Nicole: No, I’m downstairs in the kitchen. . . .
(Yelling continues in background.)
Dispatcher: Can you see the police, Nicole?
Nicole: No, but I will go out there right now.
Dispatcher: OK, you want to go out there?
Dispatcher: OK, hang up. OK.