911 Tapes released in fatal neighbor shootingPosted: Updated:
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. -- The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has released the 911 calls from a deadly shooting in Apache Junction this week.
Deputies said a long-standing feud between neighbors turned violent after two men threw iced tea at one another and crashed their cars.
Caller 1: “There was an accident, it looks like, I'm not sure, but there was a guy standing out there all bloody then he laid down in the middle of the road.”
According to deputies, Kenneth Kammes, 49, is accused of shooting 23-year-old Jordan Sirhan.
Police said the altercation was the conclusion of a yearlong feud between the two neighbors. It reportedly started over a $200 debt.
After crashing into one another, deputies said Kammes fired seven rounds with three of those bullets hitting Sirhan.
In one of the 911 calls Sirhan can be heard in the background helping identify who shot him and giving other information.
Caller 2: “Hi there, I'm with the guy that got shot. What's your name honey?”
Caller 2: “Jordan.”
Caller 2: “Sirhan is the patient's name.”
Sirhan later died.
Kammes is being held on a $750,000 bond and is facing second degree murder charges.