According to CNN affiliate KYW, a 32-year-old woman claims she was waiting for a bus around 3 a.m.on August 11 when she spotted Corley and flagged him down for a ride.Now he says that market has dried up and jobs are sparse. But despite his financial struggle, Sabaj said turning in the money was the right thing to do.“That could have been somebody’s life savings, you know?But if that owner never comes and a source for the cash is never determined, the money could go back to the man that found it first, Sabaj. The money would have to go unclaimed for a year and, even then, Sabaj would have fill out extensive paperwork before the money is his. Police have suspicions that they money was not legally gained. 31, 2011 PM ET Recently retired National Hockey League enforcer Wade Belak was found dead in a downtown Toronto hotel on Wednesday.
Sabaj stood by his decision to let them take the money back to the station, where the contents’ total worth was determined to be 0,000.
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