Monday, October 5, 2009

Salesman Charged With Disorderly Conduct

A door-to-door salesman, who was allegedly trying to intimidate local residents, has been charged with disorderly conduct. Police say the charge stems from a disturbance at two homes on Maple Avenue last week. 27-year-old Joshua Ray Gaylor of Tallapoosa, Georgia, allegedly insisted that his would-be customers call police after one of them changed his mind about ordering a magazine subscription. Police say they had received complaints about the group and had cited several individuals for selling without a license. They say their attempts to speak with Gaylor were met with loud and disruptive behavior. He was arrested and taken to jail after refusing several requests to be quiet.