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LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend told police she believed home invasion was possible setup

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7/12/2018 3:21:36 PM
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The former girlfriend of Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy told police she believed McCoy might have "set her up" for a Tuesday home invasion that sent her to the hospital after she was beaten and robbed of jewelry, Mike Rodak of ESPN reports.

An event report released by Milton, Georgia, police Thursday included a note made 10 minutes after police were first called to the home owned by McCoy in the Atlanta suburb where his former girlfriend, Delicia Cordon, was living. The note at 3:28 a.m. reads, "The caller poss[ibly] thinks her ex boyfriend poss[ibly] set her up."

The caller is not identified by name in the event report but a separate part of the log noted, "The caller adv[ised] she got beat in the head and locked in the bathroom." Attorneys for Cordon said in a statement Tuesday that she was beaten in the head with a firearm during the home invasion and also suffered injuries to her wrist in an attempt by the suspect to remove her jewelry.

The event report did not identify a suspect but included a description of the suspect being a black male of an unknown age who was wearing a mask and dressed in all black.

Cordon advised police at the scene that her neighbors had "cameras outside the house." She also initially told police her 16-year-old son was missing and that a window in his room was open and a "sheet [was] tied like some[one] went out from the [second] floor." The log later states Cordon "made contact [with] son and he is coming home in an Uber."

The release of the event report Thursday came after police released a redacted version Wednesday of their report of the incident that listed crimes of armed robbery, aggravated assault with a firearm, residential burglary without force, and aggravated battery.

Police also released incident reports Thursday from domestic disputes between McCoy and Cordon at the home on July 3, 2017, and April 11, 2018.

When police arrived at McCoy's home last July, McCoy said the couple had broken up and McCoy had placed her personal items on the driveway. Police told McCoy he had to pursue a legal process to evict Cordon but McCoy stated he was concerned she would take items from the home or make "false accusations" about him. McCoy told police he wanted to be careful around Cordon because of the "climate of domestic abuse in his profession," according to the report.

McCoy also told police last July that he had requested high-end jewelry items back from Cordon that had been loaned by jewelers for events and Cordon had not yet returned them.

When Cordon later arrived at the home during the call last July, police arrested her for an outstanding warrant in Atlanta for failure to appear in court. However, police told McCoy they could not keep Cordon out of the home without official eviction proceedings and advised him to put away any valuables and to "stay away from Cordon" or have witnesses when they were together.

Police were again called by Cordon to the home in April, when McCoy was identified as the caller's boyfriend. McCoy had removed furniture from the home that Cordon wanted to keep, but McCoy later agreed to keep it.

Police also released details Thursday from when they were called to the home June 1, when Cordon had remotely viewed security camera footage of furniture being removed from the home.

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