Greg Snitched on S.C. Jones Photography in Kettle falls

Greg Snitched on S.C. Jones Photography in Kettle falls
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Category: Snitches - Cop Callers
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Kettle Falls
Washington Data Dump File 2:

"Hi Everyone! I’m the owner of S. C. Jones Photography. Initially I put my photo shoots on pause for this whole pandemic, but I think photography is so important, especially when life is different and changing. I want to offer a special chance for you and your family to document this unique time. A time that’s slowed down and people are at home and together. Usually we don’t think of taking family photos until some exciting event happens or every member of the family is home... but I think we should be taking photos to document all the aspects of life: the good, the bad, and even occasionally the boring.So, for the remainder of this pandemic, I will be offering “Porchtraits” (Porch Portraits). For only $50 I will come to your home, and you and whoever you wish to join you can gather on your porch (or right outside your home) and I will photograph you for about 10-15 minutes, to capture this rare time in your life that you can later look back on either in longing or in gratitude that it ended! To continue abiding by social distancing I will be taking payment through Venmo wherever possible.***Also a super good idea for a Mothers’ Day gift!***So send me a message and let’s remember these times!S. C. Jones Photographyscjonesphoto.comsarahcjonesphoto@gmail.com@scjonesphoto" - Greg

The aforementioned complaint was filed by Greg in Kettle falls, Washington on Friday May 1, 2020 with No Agency against S.C. Jones Photography saying, Non-essential business is open. Email address given was GregBasel@icloud.com and phone number given was 5093709186.


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