Pasco County, Florida -- The 911 recording of a call made after the Wesley Chapel theater shooting has been released by the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.
The 10-minute call made to 911 after Curtis Reeves, a former Tampa police captain, allegedly shot Chad Oulson in the theater on Jan. 13 details the chaotic scene as good Samaritans try to save Oulson's life.
Police say Reeves shot Oulson in the chest after a confrontation over text messaging.
See also: Click here to read the full arrest report
Since the incident the community has rallied to support Oulson's family, setting up funds to help his wife, Nicole, and young daughter.
See also: Chad Oulson Memorial Fund
Reeves appeared in court on Jan. 14 but was denied bond on a second degree murder charge. His attorney says Reeves has been an upstanding member of the community and plans to fight the decision in another hearing.
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