KCSO reports

• At 3:43 p.m., Monday, Nov. 28, a complainant called KCSO North Precinct to report fraud false pretense at Mobil convenience store, 11946 Kingston Pike. Value of loss was listed at $38,800. Complainant said he received notification from Global Cyber Services advising he needed to call his bank, SouthEast Bank, due to his computer being hacked.

He spoke with the suspect and she advised him he would need to put his money into cyber money to secure it from the hackers. So, he did this and put the money in Bitcoin at the listed location. He advised he did this Nov. 8 for $13,800, then on Nov. 9 for $16,000, then on Nov. 28 for $9,000.

His bank called Nov. 28 and asked him why he was doing this and wanted to make sure he was not being scammed. When he explained to them what happened, they advised him they have no one who works for them by that name. He was then advised by them to file a report.

• At 7:44 a.m., Friday, Dec. 2, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report vandalism at a Buttonwood Lane residence. Complainant said when he returned home from being out of town, he discovered a toilet was not running properly and called a plumber for repairs. Complainant said the plumber informed him the water spigot on the backside of the house was turned on and left on for long period of time.

Complainant said he informed his water company and was told they would read the meter to get a reading. He said “he was informed the bill would be ‘in the thousands’ and was advised to file a police report,” the report stated. Complainant said there was no structural damage at time of report. Cost of the bill was listed at $2,000.

• At 5:34 p.m., Dec. 2, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report a vandalism to his deceased sister’s 2018 Toyota Rav4 at a Ridgeland Drive residence. Complainant advised an unknown suspect scratched the back hatch of the vehicle with an unknown item. He advised he is the power of attorney for his sister’s estate. Total value of damage was listed at $800.

• At 1:11 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 30, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report theft at a Brochardt Boulevard address. Complainant received an e-mail from Michael’s on Tuesday, Nov. 29, that her order was being shipped to a pair of addresses. Complainant advised there was no order placed by her and charges were not authorized. Michael’s customer service advised complainant to make a police report about this incident. Complainant said each suspect used $35 on her Target Mastercard and around $300 online to purchase Christmas decor. Complainant said she does not know the suspects