KCSO police reports

• At 10:06 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31, Knox County Sheriff’s Office units responded to 13061 Kingston Pike, Pilot, on a report of vandalism. Victim said she was driving to Pilot and thought she was being followed. She went inside Pilot and told the clerk. After she told the clerk, she saw the suspect, who is her ex-boyfriend, outside the convenience store. She saw him strike her vehicle, a Nissan Sentra, with a wrench, breaking her left rear door window and her rear windshield. The suspect got into a blue Chevy Cruze and fled the scene in an unknown direction. Victim said the suspect is homeless and she did not know where he might be going. Value of damage was listed at $500. Victim was given a blue card and advised of her rights and remedies under Tennessee Domestic Violence Law.

• At 1:56 p.m., Oct. 31, a KCSO unit responded to a Grigsby Chapel Road address for a hit-and-run vehicular crash. Victim/complainant/property owner said her mailbox had been destroyed by an unknown driver/vehicle, which fled the scene. Victim did not see the crash occur, and the vehicle was not on scene when officer arrived. A search of the area was conducted, but the suspect could not be located. Total value of damage was listed at $300.

• At 4:44 p.m., Monday, Oct. 26, a complainant notified KCSO a victim had rings, with a value listed at $30,000, missing from her apartment. Complainant said the victim, his elderly mother, resides in an assisted living apartment and has looked all over her apartment for the missing rings. The victim has not located the rings, and has come to the conclusion they were stolen by an unknown person.