911 tapes released in stalking case
Updated: Friday, April 12 2013, 12:35 PM EDT
KALAMAZOO COUNTY, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - We are for the first time hearing the 911 calls from a woman who came home to find a stalking suspect in her house.
Laura Bolen says she and her boyfriend, who is a KDPS officer, came home and found a man with a knife and duct tape hiding in a closet.
The man turned out to be Bolen's coworker, who deputies say was stalking her for weeks.
On the 911 call we hear Laura Bolen praising her dog, who first alerted her there was someone in her house when she came home and she also identifies who deputies say is her stalker.
The man in her house as Noah Buist, who she told us was a coworker at the Kalamazoo Post Office since October.
Buist is set to be arraigned Friday afternoon on charges of home invasion and stalking.
It was Bolen's miniature schnauzer who started barking when she and her boyfriend came home, the dog led them to Buist who was hiding in the closet.
Investigators also found a GPS tracking device on Bolen's car.
We also hear where Bolen's boyfriend says he is holding down the suspect, there's no need to rush.
Bolen also questions Buist about why he did this.
We are hoping to learn more about Buist Friday afternoon at his arraignment and we will have that for you as soon as we get it online and on Newschannel 3 starting at 5:00.