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Five arrested for selling magazines out of van

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

Five people were arrested Thursday for selling magazines door-to-door.

According to reports, officers were called to Oleander St. just after noon following several complaints of groups of people knocking on doors and peeking in windows with the intention of selling magazines.

D. Larry Wright, 29, Ralphael Cooper, 22, Sheena Jackson, 23, William Rudolph, 21, and Shawn McCrae, 23, were arrested and charged with operating as a rolling vendor without a license.

Police say the group trying to sell magazines out of a white van.

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