The North Carolina Beat has obtained the 911 call in the deaths of two North Carolina teens found in western Orange County Sunday afternoon.
Police say two men, who told them they were riding four-wheelers, discovered the bodies of 14-year-old Lyric Woods and 18-year-old Devin Clark. Both teens were found 2 1/2 miles away from Lyric Wood’s home. However, Devin Clark’s mother, Tiffany Concepcion, said the two teens were found on Lyric’s family property.
In the redacted 911 call (to protect the caller’s natural voice), there’s not much information besides the caller stating that he discovered two bodies on the side of the road near Buckhorn and Yarbrough Road as if Lyric and Devin were dumped.
When he discovered the bodies, the 911 caller said he was out on his four-wheeler putting out deer corn. The caller left the scene where he discovered the bodies, went home to tell his father what was happening, and called 911. The caller told the dispatcher that he would head back to the scene and wait for officers.
The caller also did not mention any gunshot wounds, and I wonder why the caller left the scene where he discovered the bodies……… and why would he tell dispatch that “officers probably need to respond non-emergency?” I also believe you will hear in the background the caller mentioning the number 14…maybe referring to Lyric’s age…
LISTEN TO THE 911 CALL BELOW:
A 17-year-old teenager has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Clark and Woods.
The suspect remains at large.
Both teenagers are friends and were last seen Friday until they were discovered Sunday afternoon.
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