‘Scoop’ investigators confirm 911 call | SummitDaily.com

‘Scoop’ investigators confirm 911 call


BRECKENRIDGE ” Breckenridge Police Department has confirmed that a 911 call was made from Scoop Daniel’s cell phone last Friday morning, the day the Breckenridge attorney disappeared.

The phone call lasted 9 seconds during which time nothing was said, according to a press released from the police department

Summit County Dispatch called the number back, but only received voicemail.

The cell phone call location came from the Gold Run Gulch cell tower, which would be the nearest tower to Daniel’s office at 130 Ski Hill Road, his last known location.

The Summit Daily News made a verbal Freedom of Information request for the 911 recordings, but were denied access by the Breckenridge Police Department. Spokesperson Crystal Dean said the recordings had information that “could jeopardize the criminal investigation,” and releasing the tapes would violate department policy.

Wednesday’s press release also addressed the condition of Daniel’s office, saying the only things police found out of place were a writing pen on the floor and a pair of broken sunglasses.

This story will be updated.

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