Police Release 911 Call Made After Remains Found Near Anthony Home
Posted on December 12, 2008
Authorities on Friday released the 911 call placed shortly after an Orange County utility worker discovered a child’s remains near the home of the grandparents of Caylee Anthony, who was last seen in mid-June
The remains, a skull and clothing were found Thursday by a utility worker who was relieving himself in a wooded area less than a half-mile from George and Cindy Anthony’s house on Hopespring Drive in east Orange County.
A worker is heard on the 911 call saying, “We’ve found a human skull.”
“Oh my gosh,” the operator said.
“I know, ” the worker replied. “A skull of which we believe is human.”
“What’s the location?” the operator asked.
“It’s right off of Suburban and Chickasaw in the Caylee Anthony area,” the worker said.
“Oh,” the operator said.
Caylee’s mother, Casey Anthony, 22, was charged in October with first-degree murder, even though the toddler’s body has not been found. She has insisted that she left the girl with a baby sitter in mid-June, but she didn’t report Caylee missing until mid-July.