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Authorities released the 911 call from the Lauderhill shooting Wednesday night where a man was found shot to death in a parking lot. The caller told the operator he didn't see what happened, but that a man had been shot.
Authorities released the 911 call from the Lauderhill shooting earlier this week where a man was found fatally shot in a parking lot.
Lauderhill Police said 27-year-old Conrad Luke was killed in a strip mall at 1600 block of N. State Road 7 at around 11:30 p.m.
“I got a murder,” a man tells the operator. “I got somebody who’s fall to the ground. I don’t know what happened, but I was walking by and I seen him on the ground.”
The caller, who said he didn’t witness anything, insisted that help get to the scene quickly.
“Come now,” he said. “Come now. The guy has been shot. Come now.”
The last two minutes of the call record the man talking about God.
“God is good all the time. All the time God is good. Believe that, receive that, all day every day,” he said.
The victim’s sister, Karen Luke, said an argument over a bicycle led to the shooting.
“I’m devastated,” she said. “To shoot him multiple times like he was a dog, about a bike, that’s just ridiculous, that’s just ridiculous.”
She said police told her that her brother was shot multiple times.
“They say they shot him about eight times, he was trying to run the first time, and then they just hot him again and he died instantly,” she told NBC 6.