Delaware state police are cracking down on panhandling along I-95 corridor from Prices Corner to Ogletown.
The Wilmington News Journal reports that the campaign began last week and targets aggressive panhandlers.
There are reports that they block parked vehicles demanding money, knock on car doors that are stopped at red lights and in some cases falsely claim they are veterans or homeless.
Some collect as much as $150 a day.
The State Trooper 6 initiated the campaign after getting an escalating number of complaints in their areas.