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[b]MOORHEAD[/b]

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Those shifty *******. :laugh: Give the woman the money.
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No good deed goes unpunished.

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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1333564832' post='594778044']
Knutson says she called police even though she has five children and really needs the money.
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Why do people do dumb ****?

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Stupid B***h. :angry:

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[quote name='Killa Aaron' timestamp='1333566525' post='594778106']
Stupid B***h. :angry:
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Why is she stupid? All she needs is to keep it, then end up with the drug dealers giving the cops her information and they come after her and catch her with drug money. How's she going to help her 5 kids if she's in jail for a crime she didn't commit? Better safe than sorry. Think before you say something stupid.
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I woulda stuffed it down my pants. :shifty:

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MOORHEAD, Minn. - For the struggling waitress with five children, the $12,000 left at the table in a to-go box must have seemed too good to be true.

Moorhead police decided it was just that.

Now, the waitress is suing in Clay County District Court, claiming the cash was given to her and police shouldn

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[i]threads merged[/i]

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MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP)
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It was clearly left for her for a reason, but my only wonder is....how in the heck could I find luck like that? Hey, Stacy, wanna share some of the dough? (pun optional... restaurant...doh!) If anything, maybe some of your luck could rub off on me, am I right? I sure could use it right now..... :/
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[quote name='obiwankenobi' timestamp='1333756785' post='594783238']
It was clearly left for her for a reason, but my only wonder is....how in the heck could I find luck like that? Hey, Stacy, wanna share some of the dough? (pun optional... restaurant...doh!) If anything, maybe some of your luck could rub off on me, am I right? I sure could use it right now..... :/
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You dont need luck you need better friends. Someone that knew her most likely left the money because of her families severe financial difficulties.

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I could use money for a new car and more HDD space!!!!
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Glad she got her 'tip' back. :laugh:

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This doesn't make sense - something doesn't stack up. If the police need the actual banknotes themselves for a drug investigation (which is extremely unlikely as banknotes don't have a name on it and basically impossible to trace, and most currency has narcotics on it) then they could swap the currency with a cheque since there is no accusation/suggestion that the money is stolen (as it hasn't been claimed). The accusation that the money was involved in a drug deal is simply hearsay, there is no evidence to support this (having presence of narcotics on the banknotes is completely irrelevant to being involved with a drug deal. You can do legit deals with clean notes, legit deals with dirty notes, dodgy deals with clean notes, and dodgy deals with dirty notes and the chances are all the same). Basically the banknotes themselves are unlikely to prove anything and have no value as evidence

What really doesn't make sense at all in addition to that is that she even got a $1000 "reward", which completely contradicts what the Police are saying that it is evidence in a drug deal. It either "evidence" and it needs to be held or it is not and she gets all. There is no in between from the Polce. The only "reward" can only come from the rightful owner.

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5 kids and really needs the money.... she should really keep her legs closed and stop firing out kids. problem solved
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Stupid of her to call police. Just keep it. I lost several hundred dollars before and never expected someone to return it.

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Everything belongs to the government. Everyone knows that. ;)

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[quote name='Growled' timestamp='1333936061' post='594786946']
Everything belongs to the government. Everyone knows that. ;)
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Your comment is now property of the Government, they 'politely' ask you to no longer point out the obvious! :D

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Sorry, was I supposed to care that you had 5 kids and now you need the money? Maybe you should have used a condom say the 2nd time, or 3rd? No? How about stop at number 4? No why do that lets make number 5. ONLY THEN realize you need the money. Hope she gets nothing.

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Let's see if this good citizen claims the $12 grand when she does her taxes next year. Hopefully the IRS is following this story.

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[quote name='jerzdawg' timestamp='1333999996' post='594788664']
Let's see if this good citizen claims the $12 grand when she does her taxes next year. Hopefully the IRS is following this story.
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She'd only have to claim $1000 as far as I know; up to $11,000 does not have to be claimed if it is a gift.

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[quote name='3 Charisma' timestamp='1334000210' post='594788674']
She'd only have to claim $1000 as far as I know; up to $11,000 does not have to be claimed if it is a gift.
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Even if she did have to pay taxes, she would get it all back. With the assumption that she makes min wage, she only makes 13k or so a year if she works full time. Another 12k puts her at 25k which is well below the poverty line for a family of 6.

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[quote name='3 Charisma' timestamp='1334000210' post='594788674']
She'd only have to claim $1000 as far as I know; up to $11,000 does not have to be claimed if it is a gift.
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1 - was really only meant as a joke
2 - considering it was suggested it was a "tip" that would mean it would have to be claimed as income
3 - ILikeTobacco already pointed out she is fine as long as she stays under a certain amount per year.

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