Hope Solo 911 Call Includes Talk of Stun Gun, Alcohol, Fight in Incident That Included Arrest of Jerramy Stevens
The Kirkland Police Department in Washington State have made four 911 calls made from the home of U.S. Women’s Soccer Team goalkeeper Hope Solo public from the morning of her wedding.
At around 3 am on November 12th 2012 Solo’s brother Marcus, 35 called police claiming a fight had led to a woman sustaining a hip injury following the use of a stun gun.
Marcus Solo, hopes brother, admitted a physical fight had taken place after alcohol had been consumed on the eve of Hope Solo’s wedding to former Seattle Seahawks football player Jerramy Stevens.
“There was a little fight inside the house, and she got thrown to the ground, and she might have dislocated her hip,” Marcus Solo told the dispatcher in one of the calls, referring to another woman at the house who had apparently been injured.
According to the police report, eight people, two sleeping children and six adults, were present.
Upon arriving at the house of the former Dancing With the Stars contestant police found a woman with a hip injury and both the Solo’s with injuries.
A search of the house revealed Stevens was hiding in the master bedroom of the house, which was reported to smell of marijuana. A group of unnamed men were claimed to have been responsible for the fight, a claim the police dismissed; Solo and Stevens married later the same day.
Partial transcription of 911 call between Marcus Solo and dispatcher:
Dispatcher: “What’s going on today?”
Marcus: “There was a little fight inside the house and she got thrown to the ground and she might have dislocated her hip.” Dispatcher: “Any weapons involved in the fight?”
Marcus: “A stun gun, actually.”
Dispatcher: “How many people are there?
Marcus: “There’s a half-dozen, not more…. eight maybe?”
Dispatcher: “Was the fight physical fight besides the stun gun?”
Marcus: “There was definitely a physical altercation and an innocent bystander got hurt.”
Dispatcher: “Who was the person who was the instigator?”
Marcus: “We won’t go there, please get here.”
Dispatcher: “All the parties that were fighting, are they separated?”
Marcus: “Yes, ma’am.”
Dispatcher: “Are all of them still there?”
Marcus: “I don’t know.”
Dispatcher: Anybody using drugs or alcohol today?
Marcus: “Alcohol, definitely.”
Dispatcher asks where the victim is located. Marcus answers in living room-dining room area.
Dispatcher: “What did this start over?”
Marcus: “I don’t know”