Is a suspect guilty or innocent? 911 call may tell


By Willoughby Mariano
Orlando Sentinel

ORLANDO, FLa. — The frantic first call for help can be a detective's best clue.

In the case of James Robert Ward, his 911 call helped land him in jail.

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