ATHENS, Ga. -- For the second time in five days, there are some fears among the student body at the University of Georgia. On Tuesday, word spread about a bizarre text sent to a female student.
By mid-morning, University of Georgia campus social media sites were lit up with word of an anonymous text sent to a member of a sorority.
UGA Police Chief Jimmy Williamson said the message doesn't rise to the level of an all-out threat, but acknowledged it was "creepy."
11Alive News obtained a screen grab of the text. The anonymous sender writes:
Before you ignore me and tell someone I am messaging you you might want to know I know who you are.
The writer then goes on to list the female student's name, home address and even puts down her license plate number.
Student Cannon Lee said the text was the talk among young women on campus Tuesday, especially on sorority row.