Justin Sanford helped his sons Robin, 7, Jack, 4, and Benjamin, 3, set up a pumpkin stand by the side of the road near their home to raise money for Halloween costumes for the boys. When police community support officers showed up at the South Wiltshire, England, stand, Sanford said he was afraid they were going to tell him that a relative had been killed. Instead, they warned the boys they could face a fine for selling pumpkins without a license if they didn't close shop.
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