KCSO police reports

• At 9:02 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 8, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit responded to Taco Bell, 11217 Kingston Pike, in reference to a counterfeit bill. The restaurant manager said a white male and a white female ordered food in the drive-thru and attempted to pay with a counterfeit $100 bill. Manager was able to obtain a tag for the suspect vehicle. The tag returned a black 2011 Ford Fusion, which matched the description of the suspect vehicle. Suspects left the area before the arrival of officers and there was no suspect information at the time of this report. Counterfeit bill was placed into evidence at Knox County Jail.

• At 4:28 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 8, a KCSO unit responded to a Widgeon Lane residence due to reports of a domestic disturbance. Officers spoke with the victim, the homeowner, who got into an argument with the suspect. Victim observed the suspect leaving the residence. Victim walked outside the residence and observed the passenger (right side) mirror of his 2020 Toyota Camry damaged. Suspect said she did not touch the vehicle. Officers observed the front part of the mirror laying in the driveway damaged. No value of damage was listed in the report.

• At 7:16 p.m., Friday, Nov. 6, a KCSO unit responded to an automobile accident on Concord Road at Fairground Drive. An officer made contact with both parties who said the suspect vehicle, a 2007 Volkswagen Jetta, was driving Northbound on Concord Road when his driver’s side front tire came loose, striking the victim’s vehicle (2015 Toyota Sienna) causing damage to the back driver’s-side bumper. Estimated value of damage was listed at $1,200. Suspect said he had just gotten his tires worked on, and they must not have put the lug nuts on correctly. Suspect did not have valid insurance, so he was cited on scene. Both parties said they were OK and did not need medical assistance. Victim was able to drive his vehicle from the scene.

• At 8:51 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 5, a complainant called KCSO West Precinct to report a vehicular burglary at an Andover Boulevard residence. He advised his iPad was stolen from his car at 8:30 a.m., but had a tracking device on the computer, and when the tracking device alerted he knew his iPad had been stolen from his unlocked vehicle in his driveway. He advised the tracking device was alerting the iPad was at a Hull Lane address. After taking the report, he was advised to call communications to dispatch an officer to the scene. A KCSO detective notified the West Precinct the iPad had been recovered around 11 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 4, along with other stolen goods at the Hull Lane address. Arrangements were made so the victim could retrieve his property at the City-County building.

• On Nov. 5, a KCSO unit made contact with eventual arrestee at his home address. Eventual arrestee said he was driving a 2000 Jeep Cherokee the previous night but does not remember hitting any vehicles, namely a 2014 Chevrolet Cruz. Estimated amount of damage to the Chevrolet was listed at $1,500. Eventual arrestee said he noticed the damage to his vehicle in the morning of Nov. 5, but did not know how it happened. He was issued a misdemeanor citation for leaving the scene of a crash with property damage. Arrestee was able to provide his vehicle insurance. He has a court date of Thursday, Nov. 19.