In the middle of the fight, Enola says she called 911 but the cops never showed up. She ended up driving to a local police department to file a police report on the day the attack occurred. Ten days later, Enola and Paul claim the police have not followed up. Fox 2 spoke with two police officers with no knowledge of the case who both said that shootings and stabbings are often given priority over calls such as the one Enola placed.
Paul, who says he has never held a gun in his life, told Fox 2 that he purchased a handgun the next day for protection.
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