JEFFERSON PARISH, LA (WVUE) - Following is a transcript of the 911 call made by Shantel Wagner the night her husband, JPSO Sgt. Troy Smith, died.
Wagner: He's a police officer sir.
Dispatcher: 12 chameleon (sp?) lane in Waggaman?
Wagner: Yes please send somebody now.
Wagner: No... no...
Dispatcher: Ma'am? ma'am?
Wagner: Yes sir?
Dispatcher: OK ma'am I need you to go up to him. I need you to tell me if he's still breathing.
Wagner: He's breathing but he's barely breathing sir. He's bleeding everywhere.
Dispatcher: Is he conscious? Is he able to say anything?
Wagner: No sir, he shot himself in the head.
Dispatcher: I'm going to stay on the line with you for a bit ma'am. I need you to tell me what your name is.
Wagner: My name is Shantel. And he is a police officer sir.
Dispatcher: He's a police officer?
Wagner: Yes. His name is Troy Smith. He's with JP.
Dispatcher: Where is the gun ma'am?
Wagner: The gun is on the bed.
Dispatcher: Your home is a house, not an apartment, correct?
Wagner: It's a house. The dispatchers, everybody out here knows where we live
Dispatcher: What agency is he with ma'am?
Wagner: He's with JP.
Dispatcher: With JP?
Wagner: Yes. JPSO.
Dispatcher: Which grouping ma'am?
Wagner: He's at the academy sir.
Dispatcher: Ma'am can I get your phone number? Ma'am is there anyone else in the house?
Wagner: No, please...(crying)
Dispatcher: Ma'am I've sent the police a while ago. They're on their way.
Dispatcher: Ma'am, ma'am is he still breathing?
Dispatcher: He is?
Dispatcher: How's his breathing ma'am?
Wagner: He's breathing, but he's unconscious.
Dispatcher: But how is his breathing? Is it heavy, labored, low, shallow?
Wagner: Heavy and labored… No start breathing, please breathe. Please. Please. (crying) Please... I hear the ambulance or the cops or somebody. I just don't see them yet.
Dispatcher: OK, ma'am. Is the door unlocked?
Wagner: Yes it's open. Breathe. Breathe. (crying) Oh my God. …Alright I saw one unit pull up. I'm gonna go grab them.
Dispatcher: OK ma'am. Go speak with them.