posted on Jan, 28 2005 @ 05:50 PM
Several Dallas children who found a large amount of drug money went on a spending spree of sorts walking around with 100 dollar bills. However, the
situation quickly turned serious when the owners of the money came back to the neighborhood and made threats to parents and children demanding thier
money back. A 12 year old boy was abducted, beaten, and returned to his house. The man is currently in jail on $5 million dollars bail
DALLAS - A convenience store owner in one of Dallas' poorest neighborhoods was amazed when she started seeing children from the elementary school
across the street buying candy and chips with $100 bills.
"One boy came in here with a $100 bill and asked for change," Charlene Williams said of an incident on Saturday. When she told the boy he needed to be
careful with his "mama's money," he told her: "This ain't my mama's money. This is my money."
It turned out that a youngster had apparently found tens of thousands of dollars in suspected drug money and was handing it out to others.
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Finders keepers right? Now the man that has been arrested claims that the money was stolen from him. However, I wonder if he has ever heard of a
novel concept called a "Bank". No doubt the money should have been turned over to the police, but they are just kids, and a hundred dollars buys alot
of sugar right?