MAPLE HEIGHTS, Ohio -- An Ohio boy's summer vacation was anything but exciting after someone called police on the 12-year-old.
Reginald Field started a business cutting grass for his neighbors, but his service - at one customer's house - resulted in a call to the police.
Fields said everything was going fine until one of his customer's neighbors called the police, claiming that the boy had cut his grass.
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"They said I was cutting their grass. I didn't know it," Fields said.
The neighbor told authorities that he'd had cut a portion of their property and was in their yard.
Fields said after the incident he became discouraged, but a customer decided to post about the incident on Facebook.
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The post received thousands of views and hundreds of shares.
Now, Fields is receiving a lot of support for his business.
"Just give me a call. I will be there. On time," Fields said.
Neighbors call police on 12-year-old boy cutting grass
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