on May 5 were called to the 10400 block of Grand Forest Lane on a report of unwanted people who were armed with guns, according to a police report.
According to the report:
Officers arrived and found that a moving company was hired by a resident, and the company’s owner was concerned he wouldn’t be paid.
He asked for payment with one truck left to unload and an argument broke out.
The moving company’s owner told police he sent his two workers out of the home because another man there had a pistol in a shoulder holster he was wearing.
Officers took the parties into custody at gunpoint and cleared the home. The man with the gun had a permit to carry it and he told police he never threatened anyone with the weapon.
Still, the resident refused to pay the fee and the moving company refused to unload the last truck.
"Neither party would budge," the report says.
The moving company left with the items and without being paid.
The moving company owner later told police he was receiving threatening text messages from the resident.