Updated: Friday, 2:01 p.m. - New Roswell resident Danita Thomas is still fuming over the fact her moving company still hasn't turned over her belongings due to a dispute in what she owes, reports The Jersey Journal.
After the moving truck didn't arrive on time, Thomas - the first woman firefighter in Syracuse, N.Y. - filed a report with Jersey City Police. Prior to the move she was originally quoted a price significantly lower than the cost Priority 1 Moving and Storage in Jersey City came back to her with just before the move. In total, the final price - including a $1,000 discount - comes to $4,900, of which Thomas says she's paid $3,000, according to the Journal.
Roswell Police Department Spokeswoman Lisa Holland said the moving company only dropped off 50 percent of Thomas' belongings on Thursday for an additional $600. The rest of her belongings are reportedly still in New Jersey.
A police report has been filed in Roswell, but Holland said it is up to the Jersey City Police Department to take out warrants if Thomas pursues criminal charges, as she has indicated to other media outlets.
Thomas moved to Roswell to be closer to her daughter.
Patch is waiting on the police report filed with the Roswell Police Department. Check back for updates.