Transcript for 911 call made by woman after her firefighter husband was shot is under scrutiny
country, and new developments tonight in the murder of a firefighter in Indiana, gunned down in front of his home. Authorities releasing 911 calls, including one from his wife, who now faces charges linked to tin vest game. Here's erielle reshef. Reporter: Tonight, this newly-released 911 call under scrutiny. My husband just got shot. Reporter: A distressed wife telling a dispatcher her husband, 51-year-old Robbie Doerr, a veteran firefighter, has been fatally shot outside their Evansville, Indiana, home. All I saw was my husband's headlights pull into the driveway and then I heard a bunch of popping. Reporter: Elizabeth fox-doerr becoming a widow that night last month. But the day after her husband was laid to rest, she was arrested, charged with obstruction of justice. And misinforming law enforcement. The charges she's facing is for deleting a phone call on her phone and then not being honest with investigators when questioned about it. Reporter: That call, police say, was received before she dialed 911. What type of car it was you saw drive away? I did not see a car. I did not see a person. The only person I saw was my husband laying on the ground. Reporter: David, police say fox-doerr is not a suspect in her husband's murder. She's pleaded not guilty to those other charges. Erielle reshef. Erielle, thank you.
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