New insights revealed in 911 calls after 3 found shot to death in Avondale

As three people who were shot to death in an Avondale apartment were laid to rest, the newly released 911 calls are giving insights into what happened the morning they were killed last week.“Ma’am, I need an officer. I need a lot of officers,” one woman who called 911 told a dispatcher.A man who called 911 tried to relay the chaos of the scene. “We’re all out here just confused and dazed,” he said. The same caller also brought attention to an unusual detail in an apartment complex where there are so many people living so close together. “We didn’t hear anything. We didn’t see anything,” the man said.The calls started coming into the 911 center after three children came screaming from their apartment, but recordings reveal that even the children apparently didn’t see what happened.“They heard gunshots, so they woke up and when they went inside their mommy’s room, they (their mother) was gone,” the caller said.Investigators said the mother of the children, Javona Coleman, her boyfriend Darius Parker and her cousin Genero Gray were all shot to death.As the scene was unfolding at the Colonial Village Apartments on Irving Street, it all seemed so unbelievable that one neighbor went inside the apartment where the children had been.It is apparent on the 911 call when she discovers the truth.“Oh my God. Oh my God,” the woman can be heard saying as she walks through the apartment. “It’s three.”After the funeral services on Thursday, family and friends of the victims gathered at a memorial on the front porch of the apartment.Police have yet to say if there is more than one suspect or if they even believe a suspect is on the loose.Investigators are asking anyone with any information about the case to come forward.

As three people who were shot to death in an Avondale apartment were laid to rest, the newly released 911 calls are giving insights into what happened the morning they were killed last week.

“Ma’am, I need an officer. I need a lot of officers,” one woman who called 911 told a dispatcher.

A man who called 911 tried to relay the chaos of the scene. “We’re all out here just confused and dazed,” he said.

The same caller also brought attention to an unusual detail in an apartment complex where there are so many people living so close together. “We didn’t hear anything. We didn’t see anything,” the man said.

The calls started coming into the 911 center after three children came screaming from their apartment, but recordings reveal that even the children apparently didn’t see what happened.

“They heard gunshots, so they woke up and when they went inside their mommy’s room, they (their mother) was gone,” the caller said.

Investigators said the mother of the children, Javona Coleman, her boyfriend Darius Parker and her cousin Genero Gray were all shot to death.

As the scene was unfolding at the Colonial Village Apartments on Irving Street, it all seemed so unbelievable that one neighbor went inside the apartment where the children had been.

It is apparent on the 911 call when she discovers the truth.

“Oh my God. Oh my God,” the woman can be heard saying as she walks through the apartment. “It’s three.”

After the funeral services on Thursday, family and friends of the victims gathered at a memorial on the front porch of the apartment.

Police have yet to say if there is more than one suspect or if they even believe a suspect is on the loose.

Investigators are asking anyone with any information about the case to come forward.