As the final funerals for seven young people continue in Crandon through tomorrow, more 9-1-1 tapes are released tracking the final hours of gunman Tyler Peterson
Hours after six young people were gunned down in the Crandon apartment, Tyler Peterson dropped in on his friends, Mary and Mike Kegley and their sons after driving around, making calls and confessing to his part time boss, Police Chief John Denee.
The Kegley's talked to Peterson, provided coffee and sodas and kept Chief Dennee updated through several 9-1-1 calls.
Mary Kegley told Chief Dennee that Peterson wanted to wait a day to turn himself in but Mary Kegley knew that was impossible and calmly asked the Chief to come right away, by himself if possible. She didn't want dozens of squad cars screeching up to the house.
Mike Kegley called 9-1-1 to say they were able to get the assault rifle away from Peterson but he still had a pistol but was not threatening. Kegley said they were just talking calmly, drinking soda and coffee.
They talked to Peterson about turning himself in. He wouldn't talk to anyone on the phone. He knew there was a SWAT team waiting for him and told the Kegley's he would only surrender to Chief Dennee, alone and in person.
But in the end, as police officers closed in, authorities say Tyler Peterson killed himself. His funeral, the last of seven, is Thursday.