MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) — Police have released the 911 call a mother made after she admitted to killing her two children.
In the recording, Worely says she stabbed herself and killed her two children.
The Montgomery County dispatcher remained calm, asking for her information and keeping her on the phone until officers arrived at her house.
A Lawrence 911 dispatcher said that is how he is trained to take calls as well.
“As long as they’re on the phone, you know what they’re doing and where they are,” Lawrence 911 Dispatcher Jake Pedersen said.
In the recording, you can hear the caller tell the dispatcher she had taken Benadryl and was going to lay down because she was tired.
She also told the dispatcher she would not be combative to authorities when they arrived and said she expected to be arrested if she talked to them.
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Brandi Worley has been charged with two counts of murder.
The charges come after Worley admitted to killing her two young children and stabbing herself early Thursday morning in Montgomery County, according to authorities.
First responders found the children dead at a home in the 200 block of South Madison Street in Darlington around 4:30 a.m. The small town is about eight miles northeast of Crawfordsville and 25 miles south of Lafayette.