Kim Foxx’s husband is heard saying ‘Don’t touch me’ during 911 call (audio)

Police in suburban Flossmoor arrived at Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s family home just 67 seconds after Foxx’s husband, Kelley, connected with a 911 operator to report a domestic incident on June 4, according to dispatch records obtained by CWBChicago.

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E-COM, which handles emergency call-taking and dispatching for the suburb, provided the report along with police radio audio, Kelley Foxx’s 911 call, and other reports on Thursday evening in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.

Kelley Foxx called 911 at 10:09 p.m. and reported a “domestic issue” with his wife.

“Is it physical or just verbal?” the dispatcher asked.

“It’s,uh, physical,” Kelley Foxx replied.

“Is anybody injured?”

“No. Not yet,” said Foxx.

At that point, Kelley Foxx apparently addressed Kim Foxx.

“Don’t touch me,” he said.

“Everybody’s touching you,” a woman’s voice apparently replied. “Get out!”

Here is the full audio file as provided by E-COM:

Printed dispatch records show that four Flossmoor police units responded to the call, with the first arriving at the Foxx home at 10:10 p.m. An officer marked the call “completed” 33 minutes later.

No arrests were made.

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