According to the warrant, Siniard made “unwanted contact” with the woman between April 22 and May 6 “for the purpose of harassing and intimidating that person.”
Police claim Siniard began his harassment spree by sending the victim an email asking her to return a listening device that had been stashed inside her sofa. Police say Siniard told her the batteries were dead after four and a half months of eavesdropping, and that “all secrets (were) known.”
A week later, the accused slipped an envelope containing explicit nude photos into the victim’s mailbox, according to police. He had covered the envelope with black-ink stamps of her name and home address.
The warrant claims Siniard followed this delivery several days later by throwing a stack of pornographic fliers at the victim’s mailbox in front of her home. The fliers included a picture of the victim in a bikini, pornographic images of other women and all of the victim’s personal contact information. Wording on the flyers advertised sex from the depicted victim. Public sites across the entire Kennesaw area were soon adorned with flyers and stickers displaying the same images.
Authorities say high-traffic areas such as bank ATMs, gas pumps, and dry cleaners were deliberately selected for placement of the flyers and stickers, which prompted customers to complain to targeted businesses and to the victim. As a result of Sinaird’s actions, the warrant stated, the victim received harassing phone calls from strangers soliciting sex.
Siniard has been charged with aggravated stalking, criminal trespassing for an unlawful purpose, and obscene distribution of materials depicting nudity or sex.