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911 call on Williams: 'Man just got stabbed by his brother'



In two separate 911 calls released by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office about Mike Williams' stabbing Sunday night, a male voice twice pleads for an ambulance and police to be dispatched to the rented home of the Bucs receiver in Avila.

Police say Williams was stabbed in the left thigh by his brother, Eric Baylor, 23. Police have issued a warrant for his arrest on felony aggravated battery/domestic violence.

Caller: I need an ambulance and the cops. A Buccaneer just got stabbed in the leg.''

911 operator: "Somebody got stabbed?'

Caller: "Yes.'

(Second call)

911 operator: "9-1-1, what is your emergency?'

Caller: "I need an ambulance and the police.''

911 operator: You need ambulance?'

Caller: "And the police to Avila.

911 operator: "What's going on?'

Caller: "Uh, a man just stabbed by his brother.''

In the background, another male voice says. "We got to go! Look at this (expletive)! Look at this (expletive)!

Williams told police that he was engaged in 'horseplay,' with his brother when the stabbing occurred. But witnesses, and evidence collected on the scene, contradicted Williams' account.

Williams was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital, where he was treated and released.














"We got to go!'


[Last modified: Monday, March 24, 2014 5:21pm]


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