Re: Taking Responsibility
I concur with Carl completely.
The oddest thing about the situation is: why did it take a year to serve the warrant. I know in my area that if a person filed such a complaint, the accused would be found quite quickly and the issue dealt with. People running around threatening others with guns is obviously quite serious and the police would act quickly to deal with it.
What's even more odd is: if you threatened him with a gun, why did he allow the use of the jack and lug wrench to remove your tire. While I suspect that alone is against WalMart policy, I can imagine a helpful employee ignoring the rules a bit to help a person (although if it is against policy, it could likely result in the employee being fired). Why didn't the guy simply return to the store after being threatened and alert somebody to call the police right then and there?
A bit of explanation as to why there was such a time delay in serving the warrant might help make sense of the issue but overall, it sounds lacking as a valid complaint.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.