CMPD Releases Hardy 911 Calls - myfoxcarolinas.com

CMPD Releases Hardy 911 Calls

Posted: Updated:
  • Stephanie GloverStephanie GloverMore>>

  • Stephanie Glover

    Stephanie Glover

    Friday, May 23 2014 12:11 PM EDT2014-05-23 16:11:14 GMT
    The morning of September 22, 1989 was when I decided what I was going to be when I grow up. I was exactly one week shy of my ninth birthday and the morning after the biggest natural disaster I had ever experienced.
    The morning of September 22, 1989 was when I decided what I was going to be when I grew up. I was exactly one week shy of my ninth birthday and the morning after the biggest natural disaster I had ever experienced.
  • FAA halts U.S. flights to Tel Aviv

    FAA halts U.S. flights to Tel Aviv

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 2:03 PM EDT2014-07-22 18:03:25 GMT
    Delta has suspended ALL flights from JFK to Israel indefinitely.
    Delta has suspended ALL flights from JFK to Israel indefinitely.
  • Over 50 mini-chefs invaded the White House

    Over 50 mini-chefs invaded the White House

    Monday, July 21 2014 1:00 PM EDT2014-07-21 17:00:11 GMT
    Over 50 children representing all U.S. states went to the White House courtesy of First Lady Michelle Obama Friday. These children are winners of the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge – a nationwide recipe challenge to promote healthy lunches.
    Over 50 children representing all U.S. states went to the White House courtesy of First Lady Michelle Obama Friday. These children are winners of the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge – a nationwide recipe challenge to promote healthy lunches.

Just hours after he was released on bond for domestic violence-related charges, the CMPD has released 911 calls related to the arrest of Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy. The release includes three separate calls: One from Hardy, one from dispatchers, one from a witness and another from a neighbor.

In the first call, Hardy claims that he is being assaulted in his home by a female. In his account Hardy frantically claims that he’s being pursued by a woman with a shoe.

“I think she’s on coke or something,” he said. “She’s been drinking, I don’t know what she’s on.”

The unidentified witness in the third call claims to have both heard and saw Hardy assaulting the alleged victim. They emphatically stated they thought Hardy was the aggressor in the altercation.

“Some girl’s getting her a** beat up stairs. And I heard it. And I seen it. He is beating her a** right the f**k now."

The second witness said he thought he heard someone moving furniture or throwing things on the floor. He asked to remain anonymous for fear of Hardy.

“Just promise me my name won’t be involved," the caller said, "because I’m seriously afraid of my neighbor."

According to the police report, Nicole Holder and Hardy lived together sometime between September 2013 and March 2014. Photos documenting the couple’s relationship can be found on Facebook.

Hardy’s attorney says Holder showed up at the Panthers player’s Uptown apartment and would not leave. Chris Fialko, Greg Hardy’s attorney, said that Hardy was the one who called the authorities after Holder refused to leave his apartment.

The restraining order Holder filed against Hardy says that Hardy grabbed Holder, threw her to the floor, threw her into a bathtub and slammed her against a futon. Holder filed a protective order Wednesday supporting the accounts in the police report.

“I have bruises from head to toe, including my head, neck, back, shoulder arms, legs, elbow and feet,” she said in the restraining order. “Hardy picked me up and threw me onto a couch covered in assault rifles and/or shotguns.”

Holder said landing on the weapons bruised her neck and back. The report states that Hardy has 25-30 firearms.

She goes on to say in the protective order that Hardy had his administrative assistant, Sammy Curtis, hold her down.

“I wasn’t nearly strong or fast enough to escape.”

Reports indicate both Hardy and Holder were intoxicated the night of the incident.


Powered by WorldNow

WJZY FOX 46
3501 Performance Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28214
Main Number: (704) 398-0046

Didn't find what you were looking for?
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Fox Television Stations, Inc. and Worldnow. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Ad Choices