North Brunswick police release 911 calls, body camera video from swatting call

The 911 caller, who has not been identified, told police that he had shot his wife and had his 8-year-old son tied up inside the home.

News 12 Staff

May 18, 2023, 2:56 AM

Updated 395 days ago

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North Brunswick police release 911 calls, body camera video from swatting call
Police in North Brunswick have released 911 calls and police body camera video from a swatting call last month.
The 911 caller, who has not been identified, told police that he had shot his wife and had his 8-year-old son tied up inside the home. He said that he was armed with a shotgun and hand grenades. He said he would kill every police officer he saw.
The address the caller gave was the home of Irisa Leverette. She says she was giving her son Dariuous a bath when police arrived at her home. Her son has autism.
She says that officers armed with guns ordered her to leave the home until they found out it was a false alarm.
Leverette and her son have a large following on TikTok, and she tells News 12 she believes she may have been targeted because of this.
News 12 has reached out to law enforcement officials to see if any suspects have been identified, but did not hear back.


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