California Man Turns in Bag Filled With $125K Cash

Salvation Army volunteer wanted to "do the right thing" after finding money on the street.
0:53 | 05/30/14

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Here's a question what would you do a California man. Who says he had only a dollar for lunch found thousands. On the street Fresno resident Joseph Cornell says he's been. Trying to get his life together it was volunteering as part of a Salvation Army rehabilitation program while on Thursday. There's an orange back in the middle of the street has fallen out of an armored car while Cornell open it up and found. 125000. Dollars in cash -- for him. The choice was clear. I was like well look at a Mandela I drank his -- man's -- My -- -- is well and I and then Natalie daylight I want him to think other than. Just then you know that -- right things so I decided this event thing. When court l.s wife heard that he would return the cash she burst into tears with pride. As for the police -- -- now it's one million.

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