Return of hunting jacket — cash and wallet intact — proves ‘still good people in the world’
CLARA CITY — The phone call came four years after Owen Schipnewski’s favorite hunting jacket flew out of the back of his pickup truck.
The guy who found it called to apologize. Profusely. Trent Jorgenson felt bad that he had never dug through the jacket to discover the wallet tucked away in an inside pocket.
But now he had, and learned who owned the jacket. He wanted to make sure Schipnewski got back his jacket, wallet and the $1,700 it contained.
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