- Associated Press - Monday, February 8, 2016

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Transcripts of 911 calls show police had trouble finding an SUV in which two people were killed on Christmas morning in Manchester, Maine.

Transcripts show 911 responders worked desperately to find the location after a woman called for help but was unable to provide an address.

The Kennebec Journal (https://bit.ly/1T9fLSc), which obtained the transcripts under the Freedom of Access Act, reported that the line remained open after the woman went silent. Eric Williams and Bonnie Royer of Augusta were both dead when officers arrived after the location was pinpointed.

Police charged 49-year-old David Marble Jr. of Rochester, New York, with the killings.

Police have said the killings are drug-related, but have not offered more details about the case. An affidavit about the case remained sealed.

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