Robert Canoles and his son Branden are facing aggravated assault, false imprisonment and criminal trespass charges after cops begrudgingly launched an investigation into their actions last Thursday. According to Jean-Joseph Kalonji, 61, and his 57-year-old wife, Angelica, they were changing the locks on a home in Covington, Georgia recently purchased by their son when self-appointed neighborhood watchmen Robert and Branden, brandishing semi-automatic weapons, swooped down on the couple and held them at gunpoint until five deputies arrived. The Kalonjis, who didn't have any paperwork on them to prove their son was the owner of the foreclosed property, urged deputies to call their son. But they never did, opting instead to handcuff the retired couple and charge them with loitering and prowling. The said they overheard officers praising Robert for holding them at gunpoint. The charges against the Kalonjis were dropped. The deputies are facing an internal investigation and Robert and his son remain behind bars.