Mary, a resident of Maryland, was on her way to Virginia Beach, Virginia for Labor Day weekend. Todd, a resident of North Carolina, had just worked a double shift and was driving to meet his girlfriend in Virginia Beach to spend the holiday weekend. Todd fell asleep at the wheel, crashing into Mary's car. Mary sues Todd in federal court in Baltimore, Maryland. Mary asks her good friend Charlie (who is 25 years old) to serve the summons and complaint on Todd in Charlotte, North Carolina. Maryland law permits the service of process by personal delivery, but prohibits service of the summons and complaint to be left at the home or place of business with a person of suitable age and discretion. North Carolina Law permits both forms of service. Charlie leaves the summons and complaint with Todd's girlfriend at their home in Charlotte. Did Charlie properly serve the summons and complaint?