Female Indian panhandler with child

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#1 Sep 12, 2013
Went to Walmart in mason there was a female Indian with a small child holding a sign (panhandling), I drove down fields ertle to SAMs club and there was another female Indian woman with a child that were panhandling. I believe this is some scam. What's going on, are there husbands making them beg for money on the streets?
Lolwhatacoincide nce

Cincinnati, OH

#2 Sep 14, 2013
Contact the deerfield sheriff dept, I wouldn't be one bit surprised if you were right

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