Morgan Burnley who is an employee of a Papa John’s Pizza in Stafford County Virginia is being rewarded for doing what is being called an act of honesty when she went outside of her workshop to put out the trash when she noticed outside of a trash can when she was getting ready to close the lid of the dumpster when she found a large wad of cash that was in the neighborhood of $6,000 dollars.
Morgan decided to do what is right and report the large amount of money to the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office after she reached an agreement with her manager that the money that Morgan found was not hers or belonged to her employer.
Amanda Vicinanzo who is the spokeswoman of the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office reported that deputies of the sheriff’s office were able to find who is the owner of had possession of the money with a businessman who accidently placed the money inside the trash when it was ready to get taken away by the sanitation department.
Burnley was rewarded by the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office with a commemorative coin and a certificate coin for her honesty returning the money to the authorities who returned it to the business owner who was saved a severe case of heartbreak for losing money that was most likely going to be deposited into the local bank.
Despite the fact that Burnley works two jobs to earn a living, she was brought up never to steal money that does not belong to her since the money belongs to someone who really needs it more than she did.
It is not easy to do the honest thing to return money that someone finds on the street since we are being bombarded with the propaganda of the Easy Money and Easy Street mentality.