Unlicensed magazine peddlers have Omaha residents riled

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Posted: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 12:00 am

A magazine subscription sales crew is raising the hackles of Omaha residents, including some who are getting police involved.

Steve Kalhorn, who lives in the Memorial Park neighborhood, said unlicensed magazine salespeople have approached him four times in the past three weeks. He and several neighbors called 911 last week about the soliciting, and police arrested a 22-year-old Detroit man.

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