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Bizarre crimes from the Charlotte police files



bump and grind: A 37-year-old woman was outside the county jail when a man grabbed her by the waist and hips before running away. The woman said she didn't know the man.

FAMILY FEUD PT. 1: A 39-year-old man said a family member called him and said, "Watch your mother f***ing back because I'm going to bury you alive." The man believes his relative will try to carry out the threat.

FAMILY FEUD PT. 2: A 53-year-old woman said she was arguing with her sister when the sister hid the woman's car keys. The woman left and returned to the sister's house, golf club in tow. The woman's niece was waiting with a butcher knife threatening to stab her.

FAMILY FEUD PT. 3: A 19-year-old woman said her brother didn't like what she said about his girlfriend. He pushed her to the ground, choked her and punched her in the left eye.

FAMILY FEUD PT. 4: A woman said she was arguing with a relative when the relative threw a pot of hot pork and beans in her face, resulting in a trip to the hospital.

a burning need: An employee at a CVS on Johnston Road said two people stole 21 boxes of the heartburn medicine Prilosec.

WHEN THE LOVE IS GONE: A 38-year-old man and his girlfriend were talking about the future of their relationship. The man indicated the current state of their relationship wasn't great. The woman started shoving the man and slapping him around, injuring his eye.

disappointed thief: A 53-year-old man said someone broke into his pickup truck. Because he didn't keep many valuables in his truck, the only thing the thief got away with was a folding chair.

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

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