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Man jailed for stepping into roadway to accept sandwich from driver

A man here is in Montgomery County Jail for reportedly stepping into the public roadway to accept a sandwich from a motorist.

Dayton police jailed David M. Kinder, 37, on a charge of distribution in a right of way. He’s been in jail since Monday afternoon after police took him into custody in area of South Jefferson Street near U.S. 35.

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This happened around 3:20 p.m. Monday when an officer observed Kinder step into roadway to accept first $1 from a vehicle, and then a sandwich from a second vehicle.

This is the second panhandler arrested in two days at the same location.

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