A 911 dispatcher testified Tuesday at the trial of two New York City Police Department officers accused of raping a woman in her East Village apartment.
Prosecutors questioned the dispatcher about 911 calls back on the night they say the woman was attacked.
The officers had claimed to be responding to various calls in the East Village.
Prosecutors, though, say surveillance video from outside the woman's apartment building show them at her address during some of those calls.
Prosecutors say at least one of the calls to 911 was made by the officers under a fake name to cover their tracks.
The defense says the officers were just responding to 911 calls and did nothing wrong.
The victim was also scheduled to take the stand Tuesday.