Update: Stanton Woman Shot To Death In Her Own Home

Reported by: Aaron Adelson
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Updated: 9/24/2012 9:50 pm
People in Stanton are stunned after 64-year-old Barbara was shot to death Sunday morning. 

Police say at 5:59 AM Sunday, Ralph Allyn called 911. 

Allyn: I shot my baby

Police say Allyn shot Martin twice, killing her.  After about 8 minutes, the call disconnected.  Allyn called back.

Allyn: I called earlier, we had a shooting. 

When Allyn first said baby, the dispatcher thought a child had been shot.  Allyn clarified.

Allyn: I shot my girlfriend 
Dispatcher: You what?
Allyn: I shot my girlfriend
Dispatcher: You shot your girlfriend? 
Allyn: Yes
Dispatcher: How old is she? 
Allyn: Inaudible
Dispatcher What?
Allyn: 65
Dispatcher: 65? And how come you shot her?
Allyn: I don't know

The dispatcher asked Allyn to go outside. 

Dispatcher: Everthing's going to be OK, but we need to get her help, and we need to get you help.

Police say they arrested Allyn peacefully.  He will be arraigned Tuesday morning at 9 AM. 


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