The transcript of the 911 call on the night that Jordan Addison was shot and killed has been released.
Here is a condensed version of the information that has been released:
- 9:49 pm: Person trying to get in the back door
- 9:50 pm: 2, both males, westbound in alley
- 9:51 pm: one is bald male, both in dark clothing; one possibly Thomas Jordan Addison
- 9:54 pm: on bikes
- 9:55 pm: sw across parking lot
- At that point, the narrative states: "Contacted N.S., who stated that some guys he knew from the skatepark had come up to him while he was outside and were hanging out with him. N.S. stated that it was "awkward" so he told them he was going to go in and make a pizza. they followed him to the house then N.S.'s mom came out and told them to leave. N.S. appeared to by not telling me the whole truth as to what was going on -- i advised N.S. to call back if they returned." The narrative does not make clear who provided or relayed that information.
- 11:09 pm: complainant called back and said jordan addison is back in the area; last seen on a bike near 7 avenue north and 30 street north; complainant then said that addison rode at him on the bike and "clipped" him
- 11:33 pm: suspect seen running westbound, then north on 31st street, then east on 9th avenue, then along 3100 block of 10 avenue north
- 11:37 pm: shots fired
- 11:38 pm: suspect hit in neck; medical requested
- 11:46 pm: addison, thomas jordan
- 11:47-11:48 pm: county advised and taking city calls; request for deputies to assist in securing scene
- 11:49 pm: on east side of 3108 9th avenue north flashlight and baton
- 11:50 pm: mhp responding to assist
The remainder of the narrative details officers blocking traffic, checking houses in the area, and beginning the process of securing the scene and investigating.
We will update you as we get more information.
Joshua Racki, the Cascade County Attorney, released the names on Tuesday of two Great Falls police officers involved in the shooting: Tad Kimmet and Adam Stergionios. Both have been on administrative leave since the shooting, which is standard practice whenever officers are involved in a shooting.
Racki did not specify which officer shot Addison, or if both officers did.
At about 11:10 pm on Monday, September 11, officers responded to a report of a burglary in progress at a home on the 3100 block of 9th Avenue North. According to the GFPD, the suspect was trying to break into a home, and ran away when officers arrived.
The officers began chasing the suspect, and during the chase, according to the police, the suspect brandished a weapon. The suspect was then shot and killed by a GFPD officer. No officers were injured during the incident.
A weapon was found at the scene, according to the Montana Department of Justice, but authorities have not yet said what type of weapon it was.
According to the Montana Department of Corrections, Addison had criminal convictions in Cascade County for burglary and escape.
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