Somerset man had $300, gift cards before being kicked out of town
By Ben Carlson
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at 9:13 am
Valentine’s Day proved anything but sweet for a man the Lawrenceburg Police Department tossed out of town following a panhandling complaint.
Police say Jeffrey A. Polston, 32, of 299 Foxhaven Dr., Somerset had approximately $300 in cash along with various gift cards when they responded to a complaint about him panhandling on US 127 Bypass near the entrance to Kroger on Feb. 14.
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