Scout’s Honor Returns Missing Money to Owner

If you had any doubt: a Scout is trustworthy. Scout Quincy S. proved this when he returned long lost money to its rightful owner.

After Quincy brought a comic book to school to read to his class, in its pages he found an envelope filled with $160. Quincy told his dad and grandfather about his discovery and they helped him identify who the money belonged to: a family friend.

Learn why Quincy’s good deed came at just the right time for the recipient and hear from the Scout, himself, by heading to Fox Detroit¬†to read the full story.

This isn’t the first time a good turn brought a hefty chunk of change back to its rightful owner. If you loved this story, check out a similar¬†one from last year where a Boy Scout returned a missing $4,500 to a CVS store.


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