A Draper dog groomer who allegedly pointed a gun at a man who was hours late to pick up his dog has been charged with aggravated assault. The woman — 56-year-old Lisa Hull — was also charged with drug, drug paraphernalia and firearm possession after police searched the Absolute Grooming’s property, at 656 E. 11400 South, and found 22 grams of marijuana, two guns and related accessories, according to charging documents. Hull was arrested April 19, the day the man came to her store late to retrieve his dog. According to court documents, he arrived after the business closed at 6 p.m., and Hull “became upset” with him and then “exchanged words” with him before unholstering a gun and pointing it at him. Hull told police the customer was yelling at her and calling her names, so she took out the gun and tapped it on the counter to show “the weapon was real,” court documents state. But an employee said the man was “respectful and apologized for being late to pick up his dog,” and that her boss was “agitated” and waved the gun at him. The employee also told police that Hull had two guns at the business and would smoke marijuana in the back room, a search warrant indicates. P...