Sedgwick County officials have released the 911 call made by Emily Glass to dispatchers reporting Lucas Hernandez missing.
Lucas was reported missing in February 17.
Emily Glass can be heard frantic and upset throughout the call.
“Oh my god, oh my god,” Glass can be heard shouting to dispatchers. “My son, my son, my son’s…gone! He’s not in the, he wasn’t in the…”
Glass can be heard telling dispatchers that she woke up from a long nap and Lucas wasn’t in his room. The call goes on for about eight minutes, during which the dispatcher asks her a variety of questions.
“When was the last time you saw him? Did you see any suspicious people in the area? Was he taking a nap with you? Where have you looked?” the dispatcher asks throughout the call until authorities arrive to the scene.
Emily Glass 911 call reporting Lucas Hernandez missing
Lucas was reported missing in February, kicking off a months-long search for the five-year-old boy. In May, his body was found under a bridge in a culvert in rural Harvey County. An autopsy report released earlier this week could not determine the cause of the boy’s death.
Authorities said Glass led a private investigator to the site where the body was found on May 24. Glass was arrested later that night for suspicion of felony obstruction of justice.
Glass was released from the Sedgwick County Jail on May 30, after District Attorney Marc Bennett said no charges would be brought against her.
On June 8 Emily Glass was found dead in the Wichita home she previously shared with Lucas Hernandez and his father, Jonathan.
Jonathan Hernandez discovered her body around 1:45 a.m. that Friday. Sedgwick County officials have also released that 911 call.
“Officers discovered a rifle near her feet, and three suicide notes in the residence,” said WPD officer Charley Davidson.
Authorities investigated the death of Emily Glass, and an autopsy report released earlier this week confirmed her death was a suicide.
Jonathan Hernandez 911 call reporting the death of Emily Glass
Warning: 911 audio contains graphic details and they may be disturbing to some