In a proactive attempt to raise money for school clothes, Jaequan Faulkner started selling hot dogs and snacks outside his home. When police were called after someone complained about the 13-year-old running a business without a license, they worked with the Minneapolis Health Department to get Faulkner a permit so he could keep running his business.
Have you heard about the 13-year-old the City cleared to sell hot dogs? Jaequan Faulkner’s stand at 1510 Penn Ave N is officially permitted. He plans to take his food stand on the road to serve customers at places like the 4th Precinct. Our cops stopped by to support the cause. pic.twitter.com/S6ePP6VRlZ
— Minneapolis Police (@MinneapolisPD) July 18, 2018
— Corey Anderson (@CoreyLAnderson) July 19, 2018
— City of Minneapolis (@CityMinneapolis) July 16, 2018