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Jurors hear 911 call in Oklahoma City murder trial

(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Tapes of 911 calls made by a woman accused of killing her estranged husband were played Monday in the woman's murder trial.

Brenda Andrew is charged with first-degree murder in the November 2001 shooting death of Rob Andrew.

A frantic sounding Brenda Andrew told the 911 dispatcher she and her husband had been shot by masked men. Rob Andrew was shot twice while in the garage of the home the couple had shared.

He had gone to the home to pick up their children for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Prosecutors say Brenda Andrew conspired with her lover, James Pavatt, to kill her husband for his $800,000 life insurance policy.

Pavatt has been convicted of murder and sentenced to death and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Brenda Andrew.
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