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Locked up in a Minnesota prison over the past year for selling coc aine, Johnson was stunned to learn this week that he is among 22 Americans receiving the Carnegie Hero award for risking his life to save a 91-year-old neighbor woman from a burning house in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.
the prestigious award comes with a $5,000 prize and an educational scholarship.
Good for him! I hope that the state doesn't make him forfeit the prize because of his incarceration- or steal the money from him due to said incarceration.
With hope, he'll use that money to go to school...not buy more coke.