A 27-year-old Arizona man apparently trying to sell mags door to door on Long Neck of the guitar Point Road was charged Monday, Aug. 17, with violating the particular town’s soliciting ordinance, law enforcement said.
Darien police gave this accounts (including claims not proved in court) of the particular matter:
Law enforcement were known as around six: 30 p. m. and told that someone has been trying to sell magazine subscriptions. Law enforcement visited the area plus found Marquis Mayhue of Surprise, Ariz., who was dealing with Self Starters Inc. of 197th St, Bradenton, Fla. to sell periodicals.
He had been told to prevent trying to sell publications in the area, plus if law enforcement again discovered he has been trying to sell them, he would be imprisoned and fined.
He decided to comply with that order, and police left. After another call to law enforcement about a person taking for journals, exactly the same official visited the area and again discovered Mayhue.
Mayhue was billed with violating the town ordinance which needs an enable to be able to get.
The great for taking with no allow is $199, and Mayhue was told he could document to condition Superior Courtroom in Stamford on Friday, Aug. 28, to pay the great or start the protecting himself within court, or even can spend police the particular money, and they also would release him with out him having to appear within court. He chose that option.
(This year, a police speaker said, right now there have already been far fewer solicitors with regard to magazines, perhaps because fines were stiffened within the town’s soliciting ordinance. )