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BiffSplitkins

12 Year Old Brings $20,000 to School

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A 12-year-old student's high-rolling ways may be making her popular with classmates, but less so with the police. They're just trying to get to the bottom of how she ended up at school Monday with a backpack loaded with cash -- a circumstance that Taylor's Chief of Police Mary Sclabassi told WDIV-TV was "extremely unusual."

ABC News Radio reports that the young girl brought $20,000 to Sixth Grade Academy in Taylor, Mich. that day and was handing some of the bills out to her fellow classmates. After learning about the situation, the school's principal notified police.

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Eldorado

The Milky Bars are on me!

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and then

Sounds like a generous kid who is going to cause a drug dealer to spend a little time contemplating the error of his ways :w00t:

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Keel M.

The pic on the HuffPo website looks like fake money.

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Ashotep

At least she was spreading it around instead of hoarding it all for herself. Milk for the whole school.

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Moon Gazer

Oh I wish someone would give me 20 grand lol.

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