Hello everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom on hump night.
A woman we first told you about who was accused of getting keys to vacant houses she didn't own, then renting them, is back at it, according to police. We've tracked Mele Tonga for months. Days after our first story aired, she was jailed. But police tell us she's out of jail and just last week rented two homes that belong to someone else. We spoke with Tonga and not surprisingly, she denies everything. Hear the rest of the story from reporter David Spunt at 11:00.
Another person who's denying the charges, is Panthers Pro-Bowler Greg Hardy, who appeared in court and got his bail set. From what is heard on the 911 call the night he was arrested, Hardy claims his girlfriend attacked him. But in the criminal complaint, his girlfriend claims he threw he down on a couch covered in assault weapons and shotguns. The he-said, she-said has only just begun.
Don't miss Jaime Boll's investigation of a food delivery service in Charlotte called "Lettuce Carry." His undercover camera found questionable re-wrapping of fish inside delivery vans before it was sold to customers. Hear what the state says about that practice.
Eric Thomas tells me we are in for a dramatic weather change tomorrow. Rain storms, followed by gusty winds and a drop in temperatures.