A 10-year-old girl selling cookies on her street corner to buy school clothes was told to stop after her neighbors called the cops on three separate occasions.
Savannah Watters, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, says she dreams of being a professional baker and was testing out her skills by baking cookies with her mother and selling them on her street.
But her neighbors didn't seem to care for her sales, calling the cops to complain about increased traffic in the area.
'No one had talked to me about anything, they just took it upon themselves and called 911. The police show up to talk to my daughter,' said Savannah's mother Kara Watters said to The Courier.
Savannah has been baking and selling her sweets for five weeks, for multiple hours each day. Everyday she'd filled up a cooler with her goods and head to the street corner to wait for customers.
The youngster's cookie business was a massive success, earning her $250 on one day, money she plans to use to buy school clothes.