FRONTENAC, Mo. (AP) - Suburban St. Louis police have released the emergency call placed from the home of former Anheuser-Busch chief executive August Busch IV to report a woman who was "just not waking up" and who was later found dead at the home.
Frontenac police on Sunday released the tape in which a Busch employee told the 911 dispatcher that the woman wouldn't wake up. Police said he told the dispatcher he didn't know if she was breathing because it was "dark back there."
Adrienne Nicole Martin was pronounced dead at the scene Dec. 19. She was 27. The cause of death has not been released. Frontenac Police Chief Thomas Becker also said Busch was at home at the time.
Busch's lawyer, Art Margulis, has said there was nothing suspicious about the death.