Police in Taylor, Michigan, are investigating an incident involving a 6th grader and a backpack of $20K in cash that she allegedly brought to school.
Yes, she had $20,000 on her person.
Taylor officials became aware of the situation after the student began passing the cash out to others; she reportedly gave one student $200 and another $500.
The school principal notified police.
The sixth-grader told the police she got the money from a friend across the street in her neighborhood ... which totally doesn't sound shady whatsoever.
Police are holding on to the money until the family who claims it can provide "a reasonable explanation of where it came from and what it was to be used for."
We're curious to hear what that is.