Mandeville, La. - Mandeville police arrest two "Mr. Move" employees stemming from an investigation into alleged extortion.
Police say both people work for "Mr. Move", a Metairie business, and are charged with one count each of extortion and unauthorized used of a movable after a north shore woman complained the company threatened to keep her furniture unless she paid a $2,000 bill.
Police say 30 year-old Amanda Neil, a sales manager for the company, initiated the transaction by luring the victim with a low-ball estimate.
Police also say William Jeffery, the lead driver, is responsible for illegally securing the victim's property.
Wednesday, police announced the arrest of the company's owner, Dunwoodie Mcduffie.