She noticed that Girl Scouts had set up a cookie sale on the street corner outside her office. Taylor approached a troop leader and asked if they had permission to set up.
The troop leader, Maia West, said she did.
West said Taylor told her she was disrupting Taylor's business. Taylor says she was simply worried that the girls could get hurt next to such a busy intersection.
The confrontation ended with Taylor calling the police and the half-dozen 8- to 10-year-old Girl Scouts packing up their cookies.
"We were just yelling 'Girl Scout cookies!' and the lady comes out and tells us to stop it because it's ruining her business and she can't work," said West's 10-year-old daughter, Amanda. "The lady told us to go, so we had to leave."
The question is.... what party is she?