On Saturday, Oct. 30, she looked at her bank account and saw the stolen check had been whited out and made out to an individual for $2,250.13, and another check to another individual for $1,500. First Horizon closed her account and started a fraud investigation, requesting she file a police report.
• At 2:47 p.m., Friday, Nov. 5, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report a vehicular burglary from an Allen Kirby Road address. Complainant advised an unknown suspect entered his two unlocked vehicles and stole a Gucci backpack with an estimated listed value of $1,000, a Gucci wallet valued at $500 and a handgun valued at $500.
Complainant said he has video footage of the act, but was unable to identify the suspect. Complainant advised he received a text notification at 6:30 a.m. from American Express informing him of fraudulent activity on his account from Walmart along Clinton Highway.
There was one completed transaction for $398 and a declined transaction attempt of $500. Complainant was able to provide a serial number for the firearm.
• On Wednesday, Nov. 3, a KCSO unit responded to Walgreens, 10701 Kingston Pike, to retrieve a counterfeit bill. The manager said a male came in and purchased a bottle of lidocaine using a counterfeit bill. The cashier completed the $8 purchase, giving the suspect $92 in change.
Manager said he has incident on videotape and has burned the footage onto a DVD for evidence. Fake bill was placed in a KCSO property locker.