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911 Call by Elderly Woman's Grandson About Phillip Doll

Officer J.C. Comstock shot and killed Phillip Doll, who had broken into a 65-year-old woman's home and threatened to kill her.

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Her grandson had been at the store, got home and saw the man inside and called for help. His dog's reaction tipped him off something was wrong.

Caller: "He started barking and freaking out. I ran back to the backdoor and I hollered at my grandma and I heard a guy say, 'don't do it'. There's somebody in there with her."

When a first degree burglary call goes out, a stranger in a home with the homeowner, it's a very high priority call and such was the case Tuesday night. There are many uncertainties and the risk of danger is high.

Caller: "What if they hurt her, my grandma?"
911 Operator: "Sir, there's a lot of officers on the way."

One of those officers was J.C. Comstock. He was back at the scene Friday with homicide detectives, walking them through what happened.

Police say the suspect was on top of the victim, who was recovering from back surgery. He refused to follow the officers' commands to show his hands and surrender and the victim was screaming for help.

"Officers are required to make split second decisions in situations that are tense, uncertain and rapidly evolving," said Tulsa attorney Scott Wood.

Officer Comstock shot and killed Phillip Doll, who detectives later learned was wanted for murdering his girlfriend days earlier.

03/20/2012 Related Story: Tulsa Police Still Investigating Homicide After Killing 'Person Of Interest'

Scott Wood says not only was the shooting legal, but had officer Comstock not acted to save the citizen's life, he would've been violating his oath of office.

"Officers are required to intervene to save the lives of citizens or other officers," Wood said.

Officer Comstock remains on routine leave until both the criminal and internal investigations are complete.

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The Tulsa County District Attorney's Office ruled that the deadly force used by the Tulsa Police Department during a burglary was justified.

Officer James Comstock shot Phillip Steven Doll, 25, after Doll was found hovering over a 65-year-old woman in her home and refused to obey officers' commands to back away.

"At the time (Comstock) used deadly force, he had a reasonable belief that that woman's life was in jeopardy," First Assistant District Attorney Doug Drummond said.

Officers said at the time that Doll was not armed, but Drummond said that after reviewing statements from officers and witnesses, Doll had his hand behind his back "like he had a weapon."

"The law clearly states that you're not to look at these at hindsight, and you have to look at these in their perspective going on at the time," Drummond said. "It's a tense situation. The officer has to make a split-second decision on the force to use."

Drummond said that considering all the factors and statements presented to the District Attorney's Office, the shooting was justified.

Investigators believed 25-year-old Phillip Steven Doll may have been connected to the death of his live-in girlfriend Natalie Anne Davis, whose body was found at The Lodge Apartments, 7933 South Yale Avenue.

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Re: 911 Call by Elderly Woman's Grandson About Phillip Doll

wow, what a great backstory. thanks guys....(i think i reposted this same call by mistake )

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Re: 911 Call by Elderly Woman's Grandson About Phillip Doll

I went through here over the weekend and cleaned up a lot of threads. =)

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