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2 traveling salesmen accused of attacking St. Cloud homeowner

Police say two traveling magazine salesmen are in the Stearns County Jail after an alleged attack Friday night on a St. Cloud homeowner. Authorities say after the homeowner, 29, refused to buy magazines from the salesmen, the suspects, ages 21 and 19, allegedly kicked in his door and attacked him.
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Police say two traveling magazine salesmen are in the Stearns County Jail after an alleged attack Friday night on a St. Cloud homeowner. Authorities say after the homeowner, 29, refused to buy magazines from the salesmen, the suspects, ages 21 and 19, allegedly kicked in his door and attacked him.

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