DUNWOODY, Ga. — A maintenance worker at The Jefferson Apartments reported having a run-in with an unruly tenant on Oct. 15.

Police responded to the call at the apartment complex along Ashford Dunwoody Road. According to an incident report, the suspect locked himself out of his apartment and asked staff to unlock his door. When they informed him they didn’t have a key, he decided to call the 24-hour maintenance hotline and tell them he had a leak in his apartment.

When the maintenance employee showed up to let him in, he found that the suspect had urinated on the door to make it look like his apartment was flooding.

The worker, according to the report, was not fooled and refused to unlock the door because there was no leak and he couldn’t verify if the man actually lived there.

That set the suspect off and he began yelling and cussing at the maintenance worker. He followed the victim to his vehicle and spit on his back window, the report stated.

Police were not able to locate the suspect.

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