Police: dog grooming business owner pulled a gun on late customer
DRAPER, Utah — The owner of a dog grooming business is accused of pulling a gun on a couple who were late picking up a pet.
Jail documents say a man and woman went to Absolute Best Grooming near 700 East 11400 South to pick up their dog Friday night. An employee says they were respectful apologetic for arriving late, but described the owner as being angry they came after closing time.
According to police, Lisa Hull reportedly started yelling at them, then pulled out a gun.
Hull was arrested Friday night and faces several charges. Police reported finding two guns in the business and marijuana in the back room.
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