It was a motorcycle trip William McCreary said he'll never forget.The Aurora resident went on vacation with his brother and grandson last July.
They were on their way to Billings, Mont., when they stopped to fuel up in Casper, Wyo."I had an old-timers moment," McCreary said. "I left my wallet on top of the pump.
I didn't realize I'd lost it until I was about 100 miles down the road."
McCreary told 7NEWS that once he realized his wallet was missing, he turned around and headed back to Casper.Another customer at the Common Cents convenience store found the wallet.
Deborah Heinrich said she opened it to find who it belonged to and then started making phone calls."I left messages at his home phone after I found his number on the Internet," Heinrich said.
"I called his bank and a Harley Davidson dealer listed on a business card in his wallet."When asked if she had intended to keep the wallet, Heinrich replied, "No, not at all."
Once McCreary got back to Casper, he filed a police report.
She said she was going to hang on to it until she heard from McCreary.
Police then arrested Heinrich.
Sunday, January 2, 2011
A list of my faves
- The Curious Cat Lives
- This Could Happen To You
- Girls Doing Men
- Alltop Oddities
- Herald Police Blotter
- My Man Mumbles
- Girl power at its finest
- Super cool T's
- Straight Talk