Transcript for 911 Calls From Phoenix Freeway Shootings Released
To you to the latest on those freeway shootings in Phoenix that terrorized drivers for weeks. The suspect in at least four of those incidents has now been charged and this morning we're hearing the 911 calls from some of the victims. ABC's kayna Whitworth has our story. I think my window just got shot. Reporter: This morning chilling 911 calls from terrified drivers after they were shot at driving down Phoenix freeways. Are you hurt? I'm not. I just got glass all over my hair, my back, my body. Reporter: Some had been hit, others describing a gunman wearing a bulletproof vest riding a motorcycle. He had over 15 magazines fully loaded all around his body. He had a 9 millimeter on his hip. Reporter: This morning police are still investigating the shootings which struck 11 cars over a span of two weeks and now, the department of public safety is saying they believe the first shooting actually happened two days earlier than originally thought. Targeting a car on its way to the airport. Police forensically linking a bullet from that car to 21-year-old Leslie Allen Merritt Jr. Who police believe is responsible for at least four of the shootings. Merritt admits he owns the gun used in the shootings but claims it had been in the pawnshop for months. I haven't even had access to a weapon. Reporter: But overnight that pawnshop owner saying he gave police video showing that Merritt had pawned and retrieved the gun several times this the superfar's attorney firing back saying authorities told both sides that the kit reveals none of Kane's DNA was found below her waist. We know a technician already reviewed the evidence and we know he already said that the results are as followsnd anhe T indicaasn't there.
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