Dane County Supervisor Dave Wiganowsky is demanding an independent probe into how the 911 call from murder victim Brittany Zimmermann was handled by the county's dispatch center. Wiganowksy says he's not necessarily "pointing fingers" but he's hoping an external audit can determine what role if any the lack of response from the 911 dispatcher played in the death of the UW-Madison student.
Zimmerman was killed in her downtown apartment April 2nd, after apparently leaving a frantic call to the County's 911 Center. There was no follow-up on the call. And, the employee who took it has been transferred, contrary to earlier information released by agency director Joe Norwick. Wiganowsky says Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk needs to be held accountable and there needs to be a full investigation.
(Contributed by John Colbert – WIBA)