Police Blotter – Entrepreneur

  • Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Youíve got to hand it to a man who gets creative when trying to make money. But creativity canít take the place of common sense.

According to a police report, a man went into a large chain store and allegedly started hassling customers to let him help load up their car in exchange for money. A loss prevention officer saw this happening and called police.

An officer found the suspect on aisle 19 and escorted him outside, the report said. The man was told that he could not be soliciting in a private place of business and that he was being placed on trespass notice.


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