AUDIO: 911 call captures chilling screams in Fremont triple murder

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Fremont authorities have released two 911 calls in connection to a triple murder, one recording captured several chilling screams.

Of the audio released, only one of the two callers actually speaks with the 911 operator on duty.

The tipster, a young man, reported shots being fired in the Last Call Bar early Sunday morning.

He tells the operator he heard the gunfire from inside his apartment, located above the bar.

In that 911 call, the emergency operator can be heard referencing the 911 recording that contained the screams.

The operator said that it sounded as if the recording had come from a person inside the bar.

On Monday, d

issued a warrant for 33-year-old Igmidio Mista in the fatal bar shooting.

The 33-year-old is accused in killing 26-year-old Elmore police Officer Jose Andy Chavez, 28-year-old bartender Ramiro Sanchez, and a 25-year-old customer, Daniel Ramirez.

A fourth man, 25-year-old Ramiro Arreola, was also shot in the bar.

Mista was taken into custody, without incident, a short time later.

Relatives of two victims told media that the shooter punched one of the victim's wives before leaving the bar and returning with a gun.

Mista is now being held without bond and is due back in court later this month.

WNWO has also learned Mista was in the U.S. illegally and is a native of the Philippines.

As of late Monday night, authorities still did not have information on how long Mista had been in the country or how he got here.