CHANTILLY, Va. - Girl Scouts are being booted out of shopping centers across northern Virginia while selling Girl Scout cookies.
FOX 5 previously reported on a situation in Gainesville. Now, parents say a similar incident happened in Chantilly on Saturday, Feb. 3.
The girls were reportedly 20 minutes into selling the Girl Scout cookies outside Jen’s Barber at Sully Plaza Shopping Center, where scout leaders said they had permission to set up shop.
But a security guard showed up and told the troop to shut down their operation, and then they called Fairfax County police.
Chantilly resident and Girl Scout Troop co-leader Lesley Palmer e-mailed FOX 5 the day it happened.
On Monday via phone, Palmer said that the shopping center hired a private security company.
They took photos of the officers who showed up.
Chantilly resident and Girl Scout Troop Co-Leader Lesley Palmer who you just heard from was there that day and tells us the group had permission to be there
FOX 5 called the plaza management company, security, and Fairfax County police, and we’re awaiting their response.