Newly released audio exchanged between dispatchers and first responders in Albany Township, Pennsylvania, possibly sheds light onto the deaths of two young siblings found last month by their mother hanging from a basement support beam next to chairs that had been tipped over.
In audio obtained by the Morning Call of Allentown, dispatchers alert police to a 911 call from the mother of 8-year-old Conner Snyder and Brinley Snyder, 4.
The dispatcher informs the officers of the situation, saying that the mother, identified as Lisa Snyder, told them Conner was “bullied” at school and “made threats of doing this” before.
As the audio continues, the dispatcher relays to responding officers that Conner had specified in his threats that he “didn’t want to go alone.”
Both deaths remain under investigation.
Snyder refused to comment on the audio when reached by the Morning Call Wednesday. The paper reports that, after her children died on Sept. 26, three days after they were airlifted to a nearby hospital, she updated her Facebook profile with a photo and the saying, “Words scar, rumors destroy, bullies kill.”
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SOURCE: PEOPLE, Chris Harris