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Lufkin Police release accidental 911 call (WARNING: Explicit language)

Charles Williamson (Source: Angelina County Jail) Charles Williamson (Source: Angelina County Jail)
Kevin Williamson (Source: Angelina County Jail) Kevin Williamson (Source: Angelina County Jail)
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

EDITOR'S NOTE: The video attached to this story contains extremely explicit language.

Lufkin Police have released an audio recording of a 911 call allegedly made on accident from two Lufkin men in the process of stealing wiring from a construction site early Wednesday.

According to the Lufkin Police report, a dispatcher sent officers to the area of Daniel McCall Drive and College Drive at 12:14 a.m. after they received a 911 call from one of the suspects.

The dispatcher said it appeared the caller unknowingly dialed 911 and she heard two men talk about committing theft. The dispatcher was able to determine their general location and that they were driving away from the scene when officers arrived.

The officers stopped the suspects near the intersection of College Drive and South John Redditt Drive and reported finding aluminum and copper wire stolen from a construction site near the intersection of Daniel McCall Drive and College Drive.

Police arrested Charles Alan Williamson, 30, and Kevin Dwayne Williamson, 32, on charges of state jail felony theft.

In the 911 call, someone can be heard speaking about how much the wiring is worth. Toward the end, someone is heard cussing when police arrive. An officer can then be heard telling them to put their hands in the air and asking them about weapons. The officer then uses the phone to talk to the dispatcher.

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