Harassing Business Cards Shipped to Tinley Park Woman
Someone went to the trouble of ordering businesses cards and shipping them to a 29-year-old Tinley Park resident, police said. The language printed on the cards was enough to spur the victim to call the cops.
A 29-year-old Tinley Park woman received a set of business cards she didn't order that accused her of prostitution and being on drugs.
The woman walked out to check the mail during the morning of Sept. 25, according to a Tinley Park police report. That's when she found a mysterious package that had been delivered by the U.S. Postal Service.
Inside the box, the woman found a set of business cards that had her name, date of birth and address, the report states.
Words printed on the front of each card read "Keep calm" and declared that the recipient of the cards was "still on crack," according to the report. The back of each card stated that the woman was "mentally unstable," a liar, a thief and had traded sex for drugs.
The package had been sent from a printing website based in Texas, the report states. Police also obtained the USPS tracking number.
No arrests were reported. Cops were treating it as a disorderly conduct complaint.