KCSO reports

• At 8:29 p.m., Tuesday, June 22, a Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit responded to a Woodchase Drive residence in reference to a hit-and-run with property damage to a brick mailbox.

At 7:40 p.m. that day, complainant/victim/property owner was approached by a neighbor notifying him his brick mailbox was damaged. The neighbor observed on his ring doorbell camera the mailbox being intact at 7:30 p.m., but damaged 10 minutes later, the officer’s report stated.

The neighbor advised the victim the doorbell camera only records if it detects movement; it was inactive when the mailbox was damaged. The doorbell camera did not record any vehicles or people leaving the scene in the area of the mailbox prior to, or after, it was damaged.

“From the damage to the mailbox that I observed, it appears a vehicle was traveling westbound on East Fox Den Drive when it struck the mailbox, then left the scene,” the report further stated.

Victim stated in the report it would cost about $3,000 to have the large brick mailbox replaced.

There was no information on the unknown suspect vehicle or its driver when this report was filed.