GOOCHLAND COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) - The Goochland County Sheriff's Office released a 911 call made after a Goochland teacher was attacked in the Goochland Middle School parking lot.
The call was made by another teacher who witnessed the Wednesday morning attack and jumped in to help save the female victim.
Teacher: ”I’m at Goochland High.. Goochland Middle, High School Complex. We’ve gotta, ah black, a tall black male, that’s beating up a white girl.”
Operator: “Okay. Wait a minute, sir. Slow down. Slow down, you said that a fight on the bus?"
Teacher: “No. She was in the parking lot.”
Operator: “And what happened?”
Teacher: “I saw, well – she was being attacked. When we got… [inaudible]”
Operator: “Sir. Calm down. Is it a student?”
Teacher: “Honestly, I’m just out of breath, because I tried to get the guy off of her.”
Operator: “Okay. So it was two students fighting in the parking lot?”
Teacher: “I don’t think it was a student. Frankly, frankly, the guy was older than a student. But not much. He was a young black male.”
Teacher: “About 6’5. He was tall.”
Operator: “Where’s he at now?”
Teacher: “He left in a car.”
Operator: “What kind of car?”
Operator: “What kind of car, sir?”
Teacher: “Well, to the best of my knowledge, it was a mid-size, little bit old, probably green or grey, we tried to get the license number…[inaudible]”
Operator: “Okay. Sir. Sir. Sir. Calm down. Where’s the female at?”
Teacher: “The female is in the parking lot at Goochland High School, Middle School Complex.”
Operator: “Okay. Alright, is she injured, is she injured sir?”
Teacher: “Yes, very much so.”
Operator: “She is. Okay so she’s gonna need the ambulance."
Uriah Kamal Harris, 26, is charged with felony Aggravated Malicious Wounding and felony Possession of a Knife on School Property, in connection to Wednesday's attack. He is also charged with misdemeanor Violation of a Protective Order, according to police documents obtained by CBS 6 News.
Harris is accused of attacking his ex-girlfriend in the school parking lot. The woman was taken to VCU Medical Center with what were described as serious injuries.
After the attack, Goochland Sheriff Jim Agnew said Harris drove off and headed for a friend’s house in the western part of the county. That friend called the sheriff’s office about an hour later and worked out a way for Harris to turn himself in.
Agnew said the victim had a protective order against Harris, but the order had not yet been served. However, Agnew said Harris knew about the order.