KCSO police reports

• At 11:38 a.m., Monday, Sept. 7, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit responded to 11220 Outlet Drive on report of a hit-and-run. Upon investigation, the victim said she went to Cotton Eyed Joes Sunday, Sept. 6, and noticed her vehicle, a 2017 KIA Optima, had been damaged when she got back to her residence Sept 7. Victim said she did not see the damage to her vehicle when she left Cotton Eyed Joes due to it being dark in the parking lot. Estimated value of damage was listed at $700. Victim said she noticed the damage when she arrived home and tried to call 911 for a report, but was in a different jurisdiction. The victim returned to Cotton Eyed Joes Sept. 7 to file a report.

• At 9:45 a.m., Sept. 6, officers responded to a residential alarm at a Fort West Boulevard residence. Officers observed an unsecured front door and multiple large, aggressive dogs in the residence. Officer did not make entry to clear the residence due to the dogs. The door did not appear to be forced open.

• At 12:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 5, officers respond to Best Buy along Parkside Drive on a report of fraud. Complainant said an unknown caller (unknown number) called his cell phone and said they would deposit $8,000 if he would go to Best Buy and purchase gift cards. Best Buy employees notified him at time of purchase this was fraud. Complainant called his credit union. Credit union put a hold on his account. Unknown caller threatened the complainant if he did not purchase the Best Buy gift cards. Victim said the caller told the victim he is going to call the cops and was screaming profanity to the complainant if he did not comply. Complainant phoned 911.

• At 5:19 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 2, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report a stolen catalytic converter from his 2014 Ford E-450 in the parking lot of Knoxville County Martial Arts, 10951 Kingston Pike. He advised the suspect was caught on surveillance footage tampering with other vehicles. Estimated value of loss was listed at $700.