Recording: Husband heard voices and said he choked his wife in Chesapeake

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CHESAPEAKE, Va. - New brutal details shed light into what unfolded the day a husband is accused of killing his wife.

Chesapeake police said Friday it appeared 39-year-old Khin Shwe died of strangulation at the hands of her husband.

The same day 38-year-old William Khine was arrested for first degree murder.

William Khine

News 3 obtained the call for first responders from the scene.

Police said it was Khine who called 911. On the call he apparently said he was hearing voices.

The dispatcher can be heard saying “Respond for a 10-96 at 200 Sabal Palm Lane unit number 205 caller is advising that he is hearing voices, telling him to 0-900 his wife. Female was in the living room with the RP (reporting person). No weapons on scene.”

Dispatcher: “Be advised caller is stating he doesn’t think she is breathing. He choked her….If he is still on the line can you have him stand outside and meet us.”

Police investigated for over seven hours, going in and out of the second floor of the apartment complex where the woman was found.

News 3 was asked by the management at the Adalay Bay Apartment Complex to get off the property the day of the incident.

Jimmie Hoggard, a neighbor told News 3 he would see the couple going in and out of their home.

Many neighbors were stunned by the deadly allegations.

“Why, why would you do that? Like I would say just walk away. You don't need to hurt somebody, just walk away,” said Hoggard.

Khine was first brought to the Chesapeake Jail then was transferred to the in the Hampton Roads Regional Jail.

News 3 put in a request for an interview with him, but we have not heard back from the jail.