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Bizarre crimes from Charlotte police files 

Wild Child: A 41-year-old woman called police because her teenage daughter went totally wild, ripping up her father's shorts and kicking in his bedroom door. The woman said she doesn't know what caused her daughter to act so violently toward the man.

The Hook-up: A TJ Maxx employee reported that a fellow employee had let his friends leave the store with unpurchased merchandise a nearly a dozen times. When police arrived at the scene and searched the man, they also discovered marijuana concealed in his shoe.

Raging Husband: A 45-year-old woman said her husband became very upset and struck her head with a flat-screen computer monitor.

Smoky Suspect: An officer on patrol noticed a vehicle in front of him weaving in and out of his lane. When he stopped the car and asked the driver to roll down his window, the officer immediately smelled marijuana. The officer looked into the vehicle and saw a huge bag of marijuana on the floor. When he searched the man, he also found a crack rock, a smaller bag of marijuana and two crack pipes.

Sibling Rivalry: A 19-year-old woman and her sister got into an argument at their parent's house. The woman said her sister became so angry that she punched her in the face with a closed fist. To get her sister back, the woman called police to have her arrested.

Threat of the Week Pt. 1: A 52-year-old woman said a man she didn't know called her home and threatened her. The first time the man called, she hung the phone up. She thought that was the end of it, but he called back. This time her husband picked up the phone. The man told the woman's husband, "You tell that bitch not to hang up again or I'm going to kill her."

Threat of the Week Pt. 2: A 48-year-old woman said her ex-boyfriend is harassing her. She said he called her repeatedly saying, "I'm going to kick your ass! I'm tired of you lying to me!" The woman said the man won't leave her alone and has even showed up at her job.

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

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