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EXCLUSIVE: 911 phone calls detail domestic violence incidents before son kills mother

Susan Mayo (MCSO) Susan Mayo (MCSO)
Nathaniel Sebastian (MCSO) Nathaniel Sebastian (MCSO)

FOX10 News has obtained exclusive 911 phone calls a Wilmer woman placed two years before she was murdered, allegedly by her son.

The calls, by Susan Mayo, detail domestic violence incidents between her and her son, Nathaniel Sebastian, in 2015. 

Sebastian is facing murder and abuse of a corpse charges after deputies said he shot Mayo in the heat of an argument, and buried her body under the front porch of their home in Wilmer. 

Investigators said there had been a lot of heated arguments between the two leading up to that tragic day. 

On at least one other occasion, it got so bad, she called for help. 

Mobile County 911 Executive Director Charlie McNichol played portions of the calls from that occasion.  

In the first call, the time was 7:52 a.m. on January 18, 2015. 

It took Mayo a minute to respond to the operator, as she was still arguing with Sebastian. 

Operator: "Mobile County 911, what's the location of your emergency?"
Mayo: "No I don't! I don't! You're the one who started it! Yes you did."

Operator: "911?"
Mayo: "Yes, I need some help."

Mayo went on to tell the operator about a domestic dispute she was having with her family at the home where she would later be brutally murdered. 

Mayo: "He said he was going to shoot me a minute ago. I'm not crazy. I'm tired of this."

The dispatcher sent a deputy to Mayo's home. Officials with the sheriff's office confirmed to FOX10 News a deputy took a report, and a warrant slip was issued to her if she wanted to have him arrested. 

But, a warrant was never signed, and 12 hours later on that day, Mayo called 911 again. 

This time, Mayo didn't sound angry, but instead her tone of voice was sad, defeated. 

Operator: "Mobile County 911?"
Mayo: "Yes, I'm having trouble with my son Nathaniel Sebastian again. Now he's cut my water line."
Operator: "Okay, what's your name?"
Mayo: "Susan Mayo."
Operator: "Okay, Ms. Mayo, we're going to get this reported to the sheriff's, and we'll get someone out, okay?"
Mayo: "Thank you."

Sheriff's officials said that day, Sebastian broke all of his mother's water lines in a rage. 

On a separate occasion earlier this year, in 2017, the sheriff's office said Sebastian threatened his mother with an AK-47, but she didn't call 911 that day. 

Sheriff's officials said Sebastian killed Mayo in June, and that he confessed to the crime when he was arrested in early September. 

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