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Excerpts of 911 call by mom who decapitated son

By The Associated Press

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - Excerpts from Chevonne Thomas' 911 call to a Camden, N.J., dispatcher in which she says she stabbed her 2-year-old son; Police said Thomas decapitated the child, then fatally stabbed herself.

New Jersey officials say Thomas had recently regained custody of the boy and had been getting counseling. She had a history of substance abuse and mental health disorders.

Chevonne Thomas: Hell no, hell no, hell no. Keep thinking that. Keep thinking that.

Dispatcher: 911 where's your emergency.

Thomas: Yes, somebody just stabbed my baby. Please get here.

Dispatcher: They just did what?

Thomas: Stabbed my baby

Dispatcher: Do they know who it was, ma'am?

Thomas: Yes, it's my ex, it's my boyfriend. My current boyfriend.

Dispatcher: What's your address?

Thomas: 1415 Kaighn. You know what? (dispatcher comments indecipherable) I did it. I'm lying. I'm lying. I'm lying. I'm lying. I did it.

Dispatcher: Do you need an ambulance, ma'am?

Thomas: No. I mean, no. He don't need, no.

Dispatcher: What's your name?

Thomas: Chevonne Thomas. Chevonne Thomas.

___

Dispatcher: Chevonne, you said your baby was stabbed. Is this your son? How old is he?

Thomas: Yes, yes, yes, yes. My son is 2. He is 2.

Dispatcher: He was the one that was stabbed?

Thomas: Yes.

Dispatcher: He was stabbed with what?

Thomas: A knife.

Dispatcher: Is he bleeding? Where is he bleeding? Is he bleeding from anywhere?

Thomas: No. I mean he is, but not much.

Dispatcher: From where.

Thomas: Not much.

Dispatcher: Chevonne, where is he bleeding from?

Thomas: Not much. He's not bleeding that much. Not bleeding that much.

Dispatcher: Where's your boyfriend at?

Thomas: I think ... I knew it. I knew it.

Dispatcher: Chevonne, Where's he at?

Thomas: My boyfriend is, he's gonna come in the back door. He's gonna come in the back door.

Dispatcher: Who did it? Your boyfriend stabbed him?

Thomas: Yes.

Dispatcher: Who else is in the house?

Thomas: I knew it. Nobody. Nobody at all. Nobody. Nobody at all.

Dispatcher: And your boyfriend is outside?

Thomas: Yep. Yep.

Dispatcher: You guys were fighting?

Thomas: Yep. Yep.

Dispatcher: Aright, we're going to send officers out there, OK?

Thomas: Yep, yep. Yep.

Dispatcher: You're at 1415 Kaighn Avenue, right?

Thomas: Yep, yep, yep.

Dispatcher: All right, we're going to send somebody out there.

Thomas: You better, wait, wait. You know what? I don't even want to play this. I did it. OK? I did it. I did it. I did it.

Dispatcher: Stay on the phone, OK?

Thomas: I keep trying to make it, I'm about to, no, I have to find some money, I got to. I got to try to find some money. I got to, I got to, I got to. I don't care.

___

Dispatcher: Chevonne, what's the problem?

Thomas: I knew it. I knew it. I knew it.

Dispatcher: You knew what?

Thomas: I knew it. I know. I knew it, I knew it.

Dispatcher: You knew what, Chevonne? What did you know? You need the police?

Thomas: Nope, nope, nope, nope, nope, uh-UH, uh-UH. Nope. Nope.

Dispatcher: Do you need the police?

Thomas: Nope. mm-MM. mm-MM. I don't need nothing.

Dispatcher: Do you need the police?

Thomas: Nope. Um-um. I don't need nothing. I don't need nothing.

Dispatcher: How old are you, Chevonne?

Thomas: I don't need nothing. I'm 33.

Dispatcher: 33?

Thomas: 33 years old.

Dispatcher: Where do you live at?

Thomas: 1058. 1058.

Dispatcher: Where?

Dispatcher: 1058 what?

Thomas: 10. 10.

Dispatcher: 1058 what? Chevonne? Who lives at 1415 Kaighn?

Thomas: Nobody. Not me. My boyfriend is right here. He's right.

Dispatcher: Can I speak to him?

Thomas: (indecipherable)

Dispatcher: Do you take medicine?

Thomas: I used to.

Dispatcher: What kind did you take?

Thomas: Prozac.

Dispatcher: Prozac. OK, you don't take it anymore?

Thomas: Nope. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, I do.

Dispatcher: Do you still take it?

Thomas: I still take it.

Dispatcher: Did you take it today?

Thomas: I still take it. I still take it. No. no, no. I did, no. I didn't take it today, but I should have. I should have. I should have took it today.

Dispatcher: Ok, where are you? She didn't take her Prozac today.

Thomas: I did. I did. I did. Keep playing.

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