The City of Greensboro responded to the Jan. 15 public records request from the Rhino Times at 4:53 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 24.

The request was for 911 calls and police reports on Dec. 29 and Dec. 30 from 10 Postbridge Court in Greensboro, the home of Greensboro City Manager Tai Jaiyeoba.

There was a domestic disturbance at Jaiyeoba’s house where both the Greensboro police and Guilford County Emergency Medical Services responded over the holidays. However, that disturbance occurred on Tuesday, Dec. 28. A request has since been made for those 911 calls and police reports.

On Tuesday, Jan. 24, the city provided an audio recording of a call made on Dec. 29 regarding the domestic disturbance on Dec. 28.  The call is from a male who is calling to set up a meeting with Greensboro police officers to return to his home so that he and his sister can pick up their belongings.  The caller says, “Calling to see if a cop can escort me and my sister to go home and get our stuff.”

The caller adds, “I also wanted to check and see if the police report from last night was filed.”

The caller says he is calling from a Chick-fil-A and doesn’t have a car so he will have to call Uber to meet the officers.  There is some discussion about the best place to meet the police officers and the timing.

It is interesting that the public records request was for 911 calls from 10 Postbridge Court, Greensboro, but on the 911 audio provided by the city, the address is redacted.

The call is to set up a meeting with Greensboro police officers. Since the city provided no 911 call canceling the meeting, it would seem the meeting took place.

However, the response to the public records request for police reports from 10 Postbridge Court on Dec. 29 and Dec. 30, was: “The Greensboro Police Department responds, ‘In response to the public records request, the Greensboro Police Department does not have any “reports from 10 Postbridge Ct. Greensboro, NC 27407” on Dec. 29 and Dec. 30,’ responsive to this request.”

It would at the very least be highly unusual for a police officer or officers to escort two family members to their home to get their stuff after a domestic disturbance and not file a report.  However, the fault may be in the wording of the public records request and additional requests will be made.