Panhandlers asked to leave Fallbrook

Julie Reeder and Tony Campbell Valley News and AC Investigations Sheriff deputies asked a new group of panhandlers who returned to the intersection of South Mission and Ammunition roads in Fallbrook on Saturday, May 13, to leave. They were soliciting, supposedly, for a young girl with brain cancer again. Last week, Village News, Valley News’ sister newspaper, reported that different groups of panhandlers have used these same types of signs with the same red border, same lettering, same cash app link, but different children’s photos in the middle with various diseases. The signs this past Saturday were exactly the same as reported last week in Village News. The buckets were the same, and the cash app link on the signs were the same. So the money still appeared to be going to the same
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