Listen: Santa Rosa police release 911 recordings in Efren Carrillo arrest

In the first call, made at 3:40 a.m., she tells a female dispatcher that a man "tried to get into my window."

When asked, she tells the dispatcher she doesn't recognize the man.

"He was shirtless and huge," she says, consistent with her court testimony last week.

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The dispatcher asks, "Which window did he try to get into?"

"Through my bedroom window," she answers.

Toward the end of the first call, the woman's voice sounds unsteady. Asked by the dispatcher if she's alone in the house, she says two friends are staying with her.

"No. I-I'm with my friends here, and, and, and I'm shaking and ...," she says, her voice trailing off.

The woman made the second call at 3:50 a.m., reporting to the dispatcher, "He came back to my door and he (expletive) knocked on it."

About a minute later, the dispatcher tells the woman that police have the man "out on the street." The dispatcher directs her to go outside to speak with an officer.

"Wait, what?" she says, before eventually agreeing to open the door.

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