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911 calls released from woman's death in Rockwall

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Rockwall police released 911 calls from Saturday's shooting outside the Cinemark Theater at the Harbor in Rockwall.

Jessica Aguilar was shot and killed, her boyfriend wounded. Police say former lawman, Anthony Lewis is responsible.

The 911 calls reveal the tragedy and what witnesses saw at the attack:

911: "Transferring from Rowlett reporting a shooting there at the Harbor."

CALL: "Yes."

911: "Okay sir, how many shots have been fired?"

CALL: "Uh… probably five or six, I got a lady down she needs an ambulance bad it was at point blank range, she is hurt BAD!"

911: "Where was she shot at?"

CALL: "She was shot in the front in the abdomen, chest area."

That was the first call to 911 seconds after Jessica Aguilar and her boyfriend were shot Saturday night.

911: "What business at the Harbor are you closest to?"

CALL: "Uh…Cinemark, Cinemark Theater. Cinemark Theater (unintelligible). Yes."

911: "Okay is she still breathing?"

CALL: "Barely, she's not gonna last long I need an ambulance BADLY!"

A woman is the second caller giving call takes their location:

CALL: We're in the parking lot next to the Harbor by the , uh, post office, it's at the harbor and the post office address is 2850 it's in the parking lot , please hurry , she's unconscious please hurry."

The Rockwall operators stayed calm as they received information from callers. The witnesses gave police critical information about the suspect's license plate number and his description:

911: "Okay, did you see who shot her?"

CALL: "Yes, I did."

911: "Okay, do you know who it was?"

CALL: "A white man in a little black sports car."

Police say that man is Anthony Lewis, a former lawman.

Lewis led police on a many miles chase before the violent night ended in a hail of gunfire as he reportedly pointed a weapon at officers.

Officers shot Lewis in his arms and legs. Lewis is in Parkland Memorial Hospital where he is expected to survive.

Between 1987 and 2010, Lewis worked for at least 10 different law enforcement agencies, including his time as elected constable in Hunt County.

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