MILTON, GA — New details have been released surrounding the circumstances of a violent home invasion at the Milton home of Buffalo Bills star running back LeSean McCoy. Milton police have released audio of the 9-1-1 call, the initial incident report and the computer-aided dispatch report that provides new information surrounding the bizarre incident reported early Tuesday in north Fulton County.
A woman at the home, identified as McCoy's girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, was beaten and transported to an area hospital for treatment. Officers with the Milton Police Department were dispatched to a home on Hickory Pass near the Cherokee County border around 3:18 a.m. July 10.
A preliminary investigation indicates this home "was specifically targeted by the suspect or suspects, and not a random incident," Milton police previously said. Officers arrived to find one victim had been physically assaulted by an intruder.
"During the altercation, the suspect demanded specific items from the victim," the agency previously told Patch.
According to the 9-1-1 call, Cordon said "someone broke into my house and some man with a gun was looking for money and jewelry and my son is missing." The woman goes on to state she was hit in the face by the suspect, who forced her into the bathroom before leaving the home.
She also said she could see a bed sheet hanging from an open window from her son's bedroom, but told the 9-1-1 dispatcher that she was unsure if her son was in the room or if the suspect left the house using that escape plan. The man, Cordon said, took a diamond bracelet off her wrist, and "he just kept asking for jewelry."
"I think it's got something to do with my ex-boyfriend," she said. When asked by the dispatcher if she needed medical attention, Cordon said yes because "my face is demolished right now."
Through tears, Cordon pleads with herself that her son is OK and hoping that he wasn't taken during the invasion.
"Oh my God," she can be heard saying. "Please, Lord Jesus."
According to CAD report released by Milton police, the caller told dispatchers that her "ex-boyfriend poss[ibly] set her up." She told the dispatcher that they were breaking up, and he wanted "all his jewelry back."
The woman's 16-year-old son called to inform his mother he was returning to the home using Uber, the CAD report adds. The suspect was described as a black male who wore all-black clothing and a mask over his face. His age, build or any other distinguishing features were not mentioned on the call or in the CAD report.
News of the home invasion and the attack on Cordon spread across the country when an Instagram post uploaded by the victim's friend, user miamor_i_adore, included side-by-side photos of the victim. One of the photos showed her perfectly healthy on Monday and the other showed her brutally beaten and bloodied Tuesday. The post was taken down Tuesday afternoon.
Last week, Cordon had posted on social media that McCoy cheated on her with an escort. She later deleted the posts. McCoy responded to the beating accusations with his own Instagram post, calling the claims "totally baseless."
"For the record, the totally baseless and offensive claims made against me today on social media are completely false," he said Tuesday. "Further more (sic), I have not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months."
This saga doesn't stop there, as Milton police have released another incident report dated July 3, 2017. According to that report, McCoy called officers following a domestic dispute he had with Cordon, who fled the scene before police arrived. McCoy told officers that he and Cordon "broke up and that they had been having issues recently." He also said Cordon followed him from Las Vegas, and refused to return jewelry to him. The football player also told police that he'd been trying to evict Cordon from the home, as she'd been living at the residence for the last six months.
The officer informed McCoy that he had to follow a legal process for eviction, which he said he understood. In May of this year, Cordon called police to the home on Hickory Pass. According to the report, dispatchers told police that the "callers worked everything out, but it sounded a little heated over the phone." Both Cordon and McCoy said their argument did not become physical, the report adds. Cordon told officers she called 9-1-1 because McCoy was "moving furniture out of the house that she wanted to keep." McCoy agreed to leave the furniture in the house at the time, the report goes on to state.
Fast forward to June 1, officers were called back to the home by Cordon, who said she observed people removing items from the house via her Ring doorbell camera. She told police that she and McCoy were both out of town at the time. Cops arrived to the home and were greeted by several people removing items from the home and placing them into a moving truck parked in the driveway. Officers spoke with McCoy's mother, who said she was there to get her son's things "per his direction."
"She stated that LeSean was moving out and wanted her to get his things for him, so he did not have to deal with Delicia," the officer wrote in the report. "She stated that LeSean told her she could stay in the house until it was sold since she had two small children, but he wanted his things."
The officer told McCoy's mother that she could only take his personal items such as clothing and not anything considered "communal property." Since they shared the home, McCoy and Cordon would have to go to civil court to divide up the property. All of the furniture was placed back inside the home, except for McCoy's clothes and shoes.
McCoy has hired Atlanta-based attorney Don Samuel to represent him in the case, according to WSB-TV. For her part, Cordon has brought on Tanya Mitchell Graham, who said McCoy planned the attack on her client, Buffalo, New York-based WKBW reports.
Patch editor Dan Hampton contributed to this report.
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