The call for help came the night before her wedding to former Seattle Seahawks and UW tight end Jerramy Stevens. According to the police report, when officers arrived, they saw Solo had a bloody elbow, and found her brother Marcus Solo had injuries to his head, eye and knees. Another woman was on the floor with a hip injury and blood drops were throughout the house.
Jerramy Stevens was found upstairs, and police said in their report he "appeared to be hiding" on the floor between a wall and bed. Stevens claimed he was sleeping and never heard anything.
The caller to 911 identified himself as Marcus Solo and told the dispatcher there'd been trouble.
"There was a little fight inside the house and she got thrown to the ground and she might have dislocated her hip," Marcus Solo told the dispatcher, apparently referring to the other woman who had been injured.
Dispatcher: "Who's the person that was kind of the instigator?"Marcus Solo: "We won't go there. Please get here."
Officers arrested Stevens for domestic violence assault, but a judge set him free the next day for lack of evidence. Stevens and Hope Solo got married hours later.
While the caller never specifies how the attack happened, Hope Solo can be heard arguing with her brother when the dispatcher calls back and Marcus Solo asks her to take the line. A moment later, the call ends.
Kirkland Police completed their domestic violence investigation and forwarded the case to prosecutors. No charges have been filed.
Partial transcription of 911 call between Marcus Solo and dispatcher:
Dispatcher: "What's going on today?"
Marcus: "There was a little fight inside the house and she got thrown to the ground and she might have dislocated her hip." Dispatcher: "Any weapons involved in the fight?"
Marcus: "A stun gun, actually."
Dispatcher: "How many people are there?
Marcus: "There's a half-dozen, not more.... eight maybe?"
Dispatcher: "Was the fight physical fight besides the stun gun?"
Marcus: "There was definitely a physical altercation and an innocent bystander got hurt."
Dispatcher: "Who was the person who was the instigator?"
Marcus: "We won't go there, please get here."
Dispatcher: "All the parties that were fighting, are they separated?"
Marcus: "Yes, ma'am."
Dispatcher: "Are all of them still there?"
Marcus: "I don't know."
Dispatcher: Anybody using drugs or alcohol today?
Marcus: "Alcohol, definitely."
Dispatcher asks where the victim is located. Marcus answers in living room-dining room area.
Dispatcher: "What did this start over?"
Marcus: "I don't know"