By: WCTV Eyewitness News
December 7, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- A Tallahassee man has been arrested, accused of stalking a Florida A&M University athletics employee.
Aaron Davis, 35, was arrested on a warrant for stalking on Thursday.
According to court documents, an investigation was launched by the FAMU Department of Public Safety in July after a complaint from the employee about an unknown subject sending him numerous unwanted text messages since the end of October 2017.
The victim said the suspect had become gradually more aggressive and had somehow obtained access to his work locker room. The victim knew this because the suspect had taken photos of his personal clothing and texted them to him from a different phone number.
The day after filing the complaint, the victim said he came to work and found a sticky note on his desk with an explicit drawing and message. The victim said his office had been locked and he had his key with him.
The victim also provided investigators with copies of text messages in which the suspect sent photos of underwear and made comments about performing oral sex.
Through an investigation, the suspect was identified as Aaron Davis, a fellow FAMU employee. Court documents state that Davis is no longer employed at the university.
Investigators say Davis admitted to sending messages to the victim and disputed the victim's claims that he did not know who the messages were from.
After an initial investigation, authorities say Davis agreed to stop contacting the victim, but in September, the victim received another message from the same phone number utilized by Davis. The message read, in part, "Just saw you go into the Lawson Center. You look good..."
A warrant was signed for Davis' arrest in November.
At last check, Davis remained in the Leon County Detention Facility on $1,000 bond.