On Dec. 29 at 5:38 p.m., Emory Police Department (EPD) responded to Emory Point in reference to a report of property damage. The complainant said that when she exited her apartment at approximately 5:30 p.m., she noticed red spray paint on the apartment number sign outside of the door. The complainant stated that she believes her ex-boyfriend may have vandalized her door. She said she was in a relationship with him for four years and that they lived together for another year after they broke up. She stated that he was constantly attempting to contact her through different phone numbers and that he had even attempted to pose as a delivery person. The complainant said she and her current boyfriend have temporary protective orders against her ex-boyfriend in Henry County. She stated that the subject drives a silver Infiniti G35 with an unknown vehicle tag number. The case is under active investigation.
On Jan. 3 at 4:27 p.m., EPD received a theft report at Clairmont Residential Center (CRC) via telephone. The complainant, CRC resident, said that she placed her son’s small piano on the roof of Building H when she was cleaning her apartment on Jan. 2 at 5:30 p.m. She stated that she placed the piano on the roof because the door to the roof was close to her apartment and she was better able to clean her apartment by removing the piano. When she attempted to retrieve the piano on Jan. 3 at 11 a.m., it was missing. The complainant stated she checked with the building staff to see if someone had confiscated it and did not receive any information. The case is under active investigation.
On Jan. 6 at 3:39 p.m., EPD responded to Cox Hall in reference to a report of a car being keyed. The complainant, an Emory employee, showed EPD officers several scratches on the driver’s side doors of her black Nissan Altima. The scratches were along both doors and around the door handles as well. She said that she believes one of her coworkers was responsible for the damage, stating that she has previously filed reports of an employee keying her car. She said she noticed the damage to her car on Jan. 1 at approximately 7 a.m. The complainant received a repair estimate from State Farm for the damage totaling more than $700. The case is under active investigation.
On Jan. 9 at 11:55 a.m., EPD received a theft report. The complainant, an employee of an online jewelry shop called Local Eclectic, said that an Emory student processed a $5,520 order from Local Eclectic, which included four necklaces, five rings, one pair of earrings and one velvet box. She stated that the company shipped the order by FedEx on Nov. 30 and that it arrived on Dec. 2 at 10:22 a.m. She stated that the recipient had signed to receive the package. The complainant said that the student had paid for the package through PayPal but later contacted PayPal and complained that the package she received did not include anything she ordered and that she wanted to return it to the company for a refund. The complainant stated that PayPal refunded the student once she returned the package to the company, but the package did not include the items that were sent to the student. Moreover, she said the package was also returned under a different name and address than the initial order. The case has been assigned to an investigator.