Suge Knight 911 Call Released After Fatal Hit-and-Run
The past week has been a whirlwind of jail cells, courtrooms and hospitals for Suge Knight, after he killed a man with his vehicle and allegedly tried to kill another.
The New York Daily News recently released a 911 call from a witness, who says she saw the whole thing happen in Compton, Calif.
"This car ran over two guys," she said. "They were fighting and then, um, he just pulled back and pulled forward and run them over.
"Two guys are laying down," the witness continued. "They were fighting ... We tried to follow the truck when we took pictures but we don't know."
After getting into a back-and-forth with the operator, the unnamed woman gives the address before the operator abruptly hung up.
"It's 142nd and Central, ma'am," she stated, still seemingly shocked by the incident. "I'm giving you the address. It's 142nd and the cross street is Central. Rosecrans and Central if it's better for you."
A few days ago, the Death Row Records co-founder was taken to the hospital after complaining of chest pains during his arraignment, in which he entered a plea of not guilty for the murder charges. However, doctors discovered he had a near fatal blood clot.
Knight will be back in court Monday (Feb. 9).
Listen to the Suge Knight 911 Call