Ex-girlfriend tells 911 dispatcher Randle pointed gun at her

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - The former girlfriend of Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle told a 911 dispatcher he threatened her with a gun near their son and made another woman bleed.

Dalia Jacobs placed two of three 911 calls early Tuesday after an altercation at a Kansas hotel in which Jacobs said Randle had broken a window of her car.

The Wichita Eagle (http://bit.ly/1y0OUs1) reports Jacobs went to the hotel so Randle could see their baby. The newspaper obtained recordings of the 911 calls after filing an open records request.

In the first call, Jacobs urged the dispatcher to send someone quickly but not tell Randle who had called.

A different woman made the second call. In the third, Jacobs said everything was fine.

No charges related to domestic violence have been filed.

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