The homicide occurred in Hope Ranch, a suburb outside Santa Barbara.
Ron was a veteran actor who played the role of Tarzan from 1966 to 1968. Their son has been named as the murder suspect.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office says former Miss Florida victor Valerie Lundeen Ely, 62, was found dead at the family's home in Hope Ranch, Calif. Police found her with multiple stab wounds while responding to reports of a family disturbance.
A deputy at the scene said in the audio that he was able to speak with an "elderly gentleman" later identified as Ron Ely, who confirmed to police that the suspect was his son Cameron.
Ely told officers that his son had driven off after the murder - with cops finally cornering the 30-year-old nearly 90 minutes after the first alert. Deputies searched the residence and surrounding area for Cameron Ely.
Officers then searched the property and eventually found Cameron outside the home, where he "posed a threat". The sheriff's office said Cameron "posed a threat" and was fatally shot by four deputies. No deputies were injured during the confrontation with the suspect.
Ely, 81, is an actor and novelist best known for playing the lead character in the 1960s television series "Tarzan", and for playing the title role in "Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze". He was taken to the hospital as a precaution, where he was evaluated and later released.
Details of the family dispute are unclear.
Then, "someone defended someone" and then the male hung up the phone. But when the dispatcher called back, she reported hearing someone who was "out of breath, unintelligible and crying".
Yahoo Entertainment reached out to a representative for Ely, but did not immediately receive a response. She went on to compete at the Miss USA beauty pageant later that year but did not win.
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