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The Blotter 

Brawling Brothers: A 42-year-old man said he and his brother were arguing when his brother started swinging at him, eventually ripping off his shirt. The man said his brother then grabbed a knife from a kitchen drawer and ordered the man to give him his car keys.

Pervy Caller: A 35-year-old woman said she received several harassing calls to her cell phone from an unknown man. She said the calls were not threatening but were of a sexual nature. She asked the man to stop calling, but he continues to dial.

Family Feud: A 31-year-old woman said a family member told her, "I'm coming down to kick your ass!" The woman said her family member is mad because she reported her to food stamp authorities.

Insanely Jealous Caller: A 17-year-old man said his girlfriend received a call from a man asking her where she was and who was she with. When the girlfriend told the caller she was with her boyfriend, the caller replied, "I'm going to kill him."

Thieving Guest: A 27-year-old woman said she invited a guest into her home. When she wasn't looking, her guest stole $500 from her kitchen cabinet.

Threat of the Week Pt. 1: A 59-year-old woman said a female acquaintance called her at home threatening to kill her. The woman called police because she believed the former friend would make good on the threat. Police later told the woman her former friend called 911, threatening to kill any police officer who investigated the incident.

Threat of the Week Pt. 2: A 48-year-old man said he was threatened and assaulted in his own home. He said one of his associates threatened him by saying, "I will break every mother f***ing bone in your face" and "I will mess you up."

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

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