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Bizarre crimes from Charlotte police files



Trash-Talking Tenant: A 51-year-old landlord said he was threatened by a tenants as he tried to evict her. She said, "I'm going to kick your ass! I'll move when I feel like it." She then said, "Bad things are going to start happening to you and your property." The landlord wants to woman out immediately.

Spilt Personality: A 37-year-old man was at his friend's house when his friend started spazzing out for no reason. He said one minute they were chilling and the next minute his friend started yelling and kicked him out of his house. Once outside, the man said his friend punched him in the face. The man doesn't know why his friend would do that.

The Cutter: A 19-year-old man said his girlfriend threatened him with a knife during an argument. He said they were having a simple dispute when she pulled a knife out of a kitchen drawer and cut him with it.

Psycho Friend: A 20-year-old woman said her friend got mad at her and went totally psycho. She said he defecated in her handbag, broke her necklace and cell phone charger, and damaged her clothes with feces and blood. She said he also left bloody tissues in her handbag.

Cat Thief: A 52-year-old woman said she went on vacation and asked her friend to house sit. When she returned she found that somebody had stolen her cat. She says she knows her friend did it because she was the only one who had access to her house and her cat.

Random Assault: A homeless man said he was assaulted by someone when he was sleeping on the sidewalk. He said a man approached him, slapped him on the right side of his face and then took off running. He said he doesn't know who the man was or why he would assault him.

Threat of the Week: A 37-year-old woman said her ex-friend called her to threaten her. She said he told her that he was going to have somebody kill her and if he couldn't find anybody to do it, he would do it himself.

Blotter items are chosen from the files of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.

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