A Haverford Township, Pennsylvania, police officer apparently put some fear into seven youngsters selling lemonade. He accused them of peddling without a license and asked the mother of four of them to put a stop to it. It turns out the law requiring a license doesn't apply to anyone under 16, so their business was perfectly legal. Deputy Chief of Police John Viola said the "officer would have no way of knowing this on the street."
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