The city of Berkeley has released a "working draft" of the conversation between Peter Cukor and the Berkeley police dispatcher which was recorded on February 18. The document notes that "this is NOT a verbatim transcript..."
DISPATCHER: Berkeley Police and Fire 511.
MR. CUKOR:Yes, there is a gentleman, a young man hanging around my property. I think he's transient. I'm not sure.
DISPATCHER: What's the address sir?
MR. CUKOR: 2 Park Gate in Berkeley.
DISPATCHER: And he is just standing around there?
MR. CUKOR: Yeah. He says that he lives here. He wants to come in which is very strange. I'd like an officer up right here away.
DISPATCHER: Sure. What race is he?
MR. CUKOR: African-American.
DISPATCHER: He's a black male. How old does he look?
MR. CUKOR: I'd say he's in his twenties.
DISPATCHER: How tall is he about?
MR. CUKOR: About 6'4.
DISPATCHER: Is he small, medium or heavy build?
MR. CUKOR: Medium.
DISPATCHER: What's the color of his shirt or jacket?
MR. CUKOR: He's wearing a dark color hoodie
DISPATCHER: And the color of his pants?
MR. CUKOR: Well they're dark I believe
DISPATCHER: So he's just standing there stating he lives there?
MR. CUKOR: He's looking for someone named Zoey. He's pretty spacey.
DISPATCHER: Oh okay.
MR. CUKOR: Now Park Gate it is just gate right at the fire station.
MR. CUKOR: My driveway is just before you get to the fountains.
DISPATCHER: Okay, may I have –¬
MR. CUKOR: It's not on Park Street it's on Shasta just before you get to the fountains (unintelligible)
DISPATCHER: And may I have your name sir?
MR. CUKOR: Peter last name spelled C U K 0 R
DISPATCHER: And your phone number please?
MR. CUKOR: 841-xxxx
DISPATCHER: Okay we'll try to get somebody out as soon as we can.
MR. CUKOR: Thank you.
DISPATCHER: Thank you. Bye-bye.