Virginia Family Out for Ride Finds Nearly $1 Million in Road
The Schantz family was going stir crazy in their home so they decided to load up the truck and go for a drive, little did they know their afternoon road trip was going to lead them to one million dollars. David and Emily Schantz, along with their two children were driving when they ran over two bags they thought were trash. The Schantzes tossed the bags into the back of the truck and continued on their way.
Once they returned home they opened the bags to find baggies of money addressed as “cash vault.” They immediately called the police who came to retrieve the bags. The Caroline County Sheriff’s Office, determined that there was almost $1 million in the bags. Caroline Sheriff Maj. Scott Moser says they have located who the money belongs to and hopes they will share some of it with the Schantzes, because, “they deserve it,” said Moser.
Closer to home in Bloomfield Township police recognized a good Samaritan who found $700 in cash on the street and turned the money into the department.
A good Samaritan finds $27K on the ground, and returns it to Wayne Westland Federal Credit Union.
In Owosso, Michigan, – Howard Kirby got the surprise of his life when he found over $43,000 in cash inside a couch he’d purchased at the Habitat for Humanity.