911 call from the Kansas mother accused of killing her child released

Lindsey N. Blansett (Photo Courtesy: Sumner News Cow)

WICHITA, Kansas – KSN has disturbing new details in the case of a Wellington boy who police say was killed by his mother.

KSN has received the 911 call made from the home that night from authorities. KSN will not share the entire 911 call and are editing it to protect some personal information.

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It is a chilling account of what the mother, Lindsey Nicole Blansett, told dispatchers the night her son 10-year-old Caleb died.

Here is an excerpt of the call:

Dispatch: Sumner County 911

Blansett: Hi, this is Nicole Blansett. I just stabbed my son.

Dispatch: I’m sorry?

Blansett: I just stabbed my son. I thought somebody was coming in to get us.

Dispatch: Is he still conscious?

Blansett: No

Dispatch: Where’d you stab him at?

Blansett: In the chest, Several times. I thought somebody was coming in.

Blansett goes on to tell the dispatcher that she felt threatened.

The dispatcher asks some more personal and address details then there are several pauses before Blansett makes several comments on the line.

“I’m never going to get out of jail, never. Im going to have to live with that.”

Blansett is being held at the Sumner County Jail on $500,000 bond. She is charged with first-degree murder.

A 9-year-old girl in the house was taken into protective custody on Monday and released to family members.

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