‘She’s going crazy’: Murder trial hears chilling police call

A hysterical Caroline Dela Rose Nilsson was described as “going crazy” by a frightened neighbour who identified as police soon after finding her sure and gagged in the entrance property.

“Oh my God she’s screaming … she’s unquestionably screaming insane … oh God, I do not know what is wrong with her,” Jennifer Bennier informed a police operator in the course of the 131 444 call.

Nilsson, 29, is standing trial acquiring pleaded not guilty to murdering her mom-in-law Myrna Nilsson at Valley Perspective on September 30, 2016.

Prosecutors allege Nilsson bludgeoned to death Myrna Nilsson, 57, in the laundry of their Bunbury Terrace home and then informed police they had been the victims of a violent home invasion.

They allege info gathered from an Apple Look at worn by Mrs Nilsson confirmed a “flurry of activity” recorded about six.30pm and that “after that flurry, all motion stops”.

Prosecutors further more allege Nilsson informed police that two or 3 adult men with “loud and offended voices” assaulted her, tied her up with speaker wire and tape, and then ransacked the property.

The court docket heard traces of the drug tramadol had been located in hair samples taken from two of Nilsson’s 3 children, then aged five and 3, two months soon after Mrs Nilsson’s death.

Legal professionals for Nilsson argue she neither sedated her children nor killed their grandmother. They deny she sure and gagged herself and set on a performance.

In the police call played to the jury, the operator can be heard telling Mrs Bennier, who states she is frightened to go exterior, to “yell out the door” to establish if Nilsson was injured.

“She’s tied up with duct tape or one thing … her experience is totally protected in duct tape,” Mrs Bennier tells the operator, who warns her “not to contaminate the tape as well much”.

Mrs Bennier can be heard making an attempt to verbally comfort and ease Nilsson, who screams hysterically during the greater part of the eleven-moment call.

She tells the operator she does not know the welfare of Nilsson’s 3 children.

“She’s just a quiet little female,” Mrs Bennier tells the operator.

Mrs Bennier’s spouse, Douglas Bennier, informed the court docket he and his spouse experienced been to the Buckingham Arms in the course of the evening Mrs Nilsson died.

Mr Bennier stated the pair arrived home involving six.30pm and 7pm and that he did not see any motor vehicles in the Nilssons’ driveway.

He stated he and his spouse watched television in their entrance loungeroom right before choosing to go to bed about 10pm, when Mrs Bennier heard noises coming from exterior.

Mr Bennier stated he opened the entrance doorway and observed an individual laying near a Stobie pole and moaning. He informed his spouse to call police and went exterior once again to discover the individual experienced moved.

“I realised it was a woman and I glanced up and down her entire body to see if there was any blood or wounds,” Mr Bennier stated.

“She was tied up at the entrance and the legs and there was duct tape all around her head.”

Mr Bennier stated he did not recognise the girl till a different neighbour informed him it was Caroline Nilsson and urged him to slash off the duct tape from her head.

Below cross-evaluation, Mr Bennier stated he was not positive specifically what time he returned home and that when he located Nilsson she seemed to be completely hysterical and screaming.

The trial, right before Justice Chris Bleby and a jury of 9 ladies and five adult men, continues.