Delicia Cordon’s voice trembled as she described the assailant that broke into the Georgia home owned by Buffalo Bills Pro Bowl running back LeSean McCoy early Tuesday morning in a 911 call released to USA TODAY Sports and other outlets.
Cordon, the estranged girlfriend who McCoy has made multiple attempts to evict, also told a 911 operator that she thought the break-in had “something to do with” McCoy, according to the audio provided by Milton (Ga.) police Thursday.
“He took a diamond bracelet off my wrist,” Cordon said. “He just kept asking for jewelry. I think it has something to do with my ex-boyfriend.”
Cordon and her cousin were forced into a bathroom of the house by the intruder, who Cordon described as a “black male” who appeared to be “a little guy.”
“She’s taking it one day at a time,” Cordon’s lawyer, Tanya Mitchell Graham, told USA TODAY Sports. “This is all pretty overwhelming.”
Graham said in a statement earlier this week that Cordon was struck “in the face with a firearm multiple times” and the perpetrator “demanded specific items of jewelry … which Mr. McCoy had requested back on many occasions.”
911 audio, with pauses and some questions eliminated, per Milton (Ga.) police.
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No arrests have been made in the case as of Thursday afternoon. A Milton police spokesperson told USA TODAY Sports that “there are no updates to the release on the investigation.”
The same department also released details of a response to the same residence on July 3 after a non-violent domestic abuse was reported. McCoy was the only one at the home as officers arrived to find a pile of Cordon’s clothes in the driveway.
“McCoy was very concerned that Cordon may try to either take things or make false accusations about him,” one of the officers wrote in the report. “He stated that he was trying to be very careful about being around her given the climate of domestic abuse in his profession.”
McCoy had initiated eviction proceedings in the Magistrate Court of Fulton County the same day. Officers advised McCoy to stay elsewhere and agreed to put Cordon’s belongings back in the house.
Cordon returned to the residence as police were on scene and a routine records search showed that she had a warrant for her arrest over a failure to appear in court for a traffic citation in Atlanta. She was handcuffed and transported to jail.
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