Man charged with attempted murder of Justice Kavanaugh convinced to turn himself in by sister

First call made at 1:38 a.m. Call lasts one minute and nine seconds.

[Roske sounds very distressed and confused. Can’t tell the dispatcher where he is and has to call back after he finds the street signs.]

Second call made at 1:39 a.m. Call lasts 14 minutes.

Roske: ‘I am having… thoughts. I’ve been having them for a long time. I came from California over here to act on them.’

Dispatcher: ‘Are you thinking of hurting anyone, including yourself?

Roske: ‘Yes.’

Dispatcher: ‘Do you have access to…

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