Peddler warned, then arrested
BATON ROUGE- A door-to-door salesman faces charges after he was warned to stop but did not, according to an arrest report.
Nathaniel Moore is accused of selling magazines and doorsteps without a permit. Investigators said he knocked on doors at night.
Moore said he did not know what he was doing was illegal although records show he'd been warned about what he was doing before.
Zachary leaders will discuss peddling laws next week. There are similar laws in numerous other municipalities across the region.
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