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Bizarre crimes from Charlotte police files 

Fighting for Gas: A 21-year-old woman was in line to get gas at a station on Nations Ford Road when she was threatened by an stranger who said, "If you don't back up, I will fuck your shit up." The woman believes the man would carry out the threat because he showed her a gun in his pants.

Funky Thief: A Lowes Food employee said he observed a man putting packs of Axe and Degree deodorant in his pockets and walk out of the store without paying.

Dodging an Ass Whopping: A 32-year-old woman said an acquaintance called her house several times after she asked him not to call. The last time he told the woman that he was coming over to her house to kick her husband's ass. The woman told her husband what the man said. Her husband called police.

The Joys of Marriage: A 66-year-old man and his wife got into an argument. His wife, tired of listening to him run his mouth, maced him in the face.

Battery Thief: An Auto Zone employee said a man came in to purchase a battery for his car. He wrote down the man's name and telephone number and proceeded to install the battery. Once it was installed, the employee told the man to come into the store to pay for it, whereupon the man jumped into his car and sped away.

Random Threat: A 51-year-old man was chilling at home when the telephone rang. He picked it up and received a menacing message from a man he didn't know. The caller told the man that he knew where he lived and was going to come to his house and kill him. The man has no idea why someone would threaten his life and is fearful that the caller will try to carry out the threat.

Threat of the Week: A 49-year-old man said someone has repeatedly called his home and cell phone to threaten him. He said he told the person to stop calling, but the person continued to do so. On the last call he received the caller said, "I'm gonna kill you and your mother." The man doesn't know why someone would threaten him or his elderly mother.

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

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