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February 25, 2021
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(wgvu) - DORR, Mich. (AP) - An 11-year-old Boy Scout who found a wallet
containing $800 turned it over to the police, who returned the
wallet to its rightful owner.
The Michigan State Police threw a pizza party last night in Dorr
to reward J.R. Bouterse for his honesty. All 30 members of his
Scout troop were invited.
J.R. recently found the wallet in a church parking lot.
The wallet belongs to 20-year-old Jessica Cutler, who manages a
Burger King near Allegan.
It was filled with money because she was planning on buying an
aquarium with it.
Cutler also went to the party, to personally thank the boy for
his honesty.
It was only a few weeks earlier that J.R. lost his own wallet
with $45 in it.
The wallet hasn't been returned to him.

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