GLENDALE, Ariz. (KSAZ)
Glendale Police have released 87 pages of police reports and photographs from the murder-suicide that took place at Independence High School.
"I'm at Independence High School, and two girls just got shot," said a caller.
"I need an ambulance to Independence High School right now, somebody is hurt," said another caller.
Two weeks ago authorities responded to reports of a shooting at the school.
"I'm not sure, but we heard two pops, and there are two people hurt," said a caller.
"You need to lock the doors down and get safe ok?" said a dispatcher.
Now pages of reports surrounding what police say is a murder-suicide between two teens May Kieu and Dorothy Dutiel have been released.
Among police and witness interviews there are pictures of the teen's room, and several handwritten notes by Dorothy addressed to first responders, mom and dad, and siblings.
To her parents, Dorothy wrote, "I love you both dearly, it breaks my heart what this is going to do to you two." In another note labeled biased explanation she wrote: "I also have struggled with depression and probably a few other issues."
Now as investigators release more details about the relationship between the teens, friends and family members continue to mourn the loss of two young lives.
In the note labeled first responders Dorothy addresses the gun that was used and how it was acquired from a teenage boy. She made it clear he did not know what the intention was for the gun, but we know Glendale Police submitted to the Maricopa County Attorneys Office a felony charge against the teen, accusing him of the sale of a firearm to a minor.