Being that the Leos had not cleared the first floor, I don't think I would have gone downstairs unarmed. Once there and all was good I would disarm and go outside. Kinda irresponsible to tell someone to walk into an unknown situation. Maybe someone will know if this is common practice or what?
Me and that dizz ball of a dispatcher would have gone round and round, . . . Good Lord, . . . where do they hire these podunks from???
Her first, . . . 6 syllables, . . . 5 words: "Police are on the way"
Her office already has the address if he's on a land line, . . . and in many cases, . . . last known physical address of that particular phone.
There was no call, . . . no reason, . . . no excuse for any other conversation until that was established for the caller.
LEO can always be told to stand down, . . . false alarm, . . . back to whatever. EVERY CALL must be taken at face value, . . . immediately, . . . no questions asked.
But then again, . . . gun grabbers want more people killed, . . . so if they can influence slowing LEO response, . . . more people get killed, . . . more fodder to pick up the guns.
May God bless,
"Yeah, hey, I'm gonna need some black & whites here to take a report. I've got a warm corpse laying in a pool of blood in my house. No, no need for lights and sirens. It's all over now. And you should probably call the coroner for good measure.