Posted: Jul 19, 2013 5:44 PM by Erin Schattauer
Updated: Jul 19, 2013 6:33 PM
BOZEMAN - Kathleen McDunn remembers seeing her husband's keys still in the door when she arrived home from work on May 30, 2012.
She was getting them out of the door and talking to their dog when she heard her husband yell from inside the house.
"He yelled, ‘She shot me. Call 911," Kathleen remembered.
Kathleen went to find a phone, first to the kitchen then to the back bedroom where she found one and called 911.
Jurors at the trial of Diana Arnold, 59, who is accused of breaking into the McDunns' home, shooting and trying to kill Henry "Dave" McDunn, heard the 911 recording along with Kathleen McDunn's testimony on Friday. Arnold is charged with attempted deliberate homicide and aggravated burglary.
Kathleen can be heard on the 911 recording, repeating her address, telling the dispatcher in a shaking voice that her husband was holding down his attacker.
"He was sitting on her. I could see his back and the back of his head, his shoulders leaning forward. I could see her knees. I didn't know who it was right away," Kathleen said.
Dave was taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds to his head and chest. He survived the attack.
A bloodied Arnold was also taken to the hospital with injuries sustained in the scuffle.
Jurors also got to see the disguise police say Arnold wore on the day of the attack - a cap with red hair sewn into it and an oversized pair of men's hiking boots.
The trial will continue next week.
Arnold is being held in Gallatin County Detention Center on $1 million bond.