our cameras were rolling when an argument between a census worker and homeowner prompts a police response. the homeowner claims the worker was intimidating... and got too aggressive. the worker showed us a ripped up census form. here's jeremy jojola with an example of how some people really don't like the census. jeremy. we can use this opportunity to show you what census workers can and can not do when they approach your home. and what should not happen if people refuse to answer the census. in this case, the cops were called. the arugment already started before our photographer showed up to the home of rooney o'brien near san mateo and lomas. she says this census worker put his foot into her door without her permission. 4:13, yes, i called the police because you threatened me i didn't threaten you your foot was in my door, sir no, no, no. if you look at where my foot was...." the worker says o'brien ripped up his census form...and then continued to argue 4:24 here's your paper... please get off my property... excuse me. please get off my property. the census worker believes he can stay. 5:08 i told you-- i asked you to get off my property-- you id i don't have to i don't have to, i have a federal right to be here. eventually the cops came and took down a report after roony called police. "sorry that the police had to get involved, so it's a waste of their time. not real happy because my name is now on the report. i just really wanted to get....i was intimated threatened." nobody was charged. a census spokeperson says worker are trained to avoid conflict..and that if they feel they are in the middle of one, they are supposed to leave the property and call a supervisor. obviously that did not happen here. they're also allowed to ask neighbors about people in your home if they don't get a response. roony felt that was wrong.