ImmaHoopyFrood: She filled out the paperwork and got a copy. But they told her their policy on cash is that it can't be identified so they get to keep it.
ImmaHoopyFrood: My neighbor's daughter was driving past our house and noticed a wad of cash in the street. This is the same day that the scrappers from other neighborhoods raid our trash cans and cut cables off of electronics announced in curb alerts or stuff that has free signs on it. So probably one of the scrappers dropped it.She comes up on the porch with $220 and asks my wife and I what to do. I told her to hang on to it and if nobody in the neighborhood reports it after a month to add it to her college fund. We all know each other so all of the neighbors on the street were asked about it. So instead she took it to the cops. 30 days later she calls them. Policy is if nobody comes in and it can't be identified it gets put in the police fund. Cash of course can't be identified. I told her and her dad they should fight it but they didn't want to cause trouble.
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