Florida Middle School Student Swipes Over $13,000 From Grandmother’s Safe And Hands It Out To Classmates

A 14-year-old student at Lake Weir Middle School in Summerfield, FL is reportedly facing grand theft charges after authorities say the teen girl swiped approximately $13,500 of her grandmother’s life savings from her safe and handed $10,000 of it out to her classmates.

The police report states that the middle school student distributed hundreds of dollars in cash to each of her peers. According to  FOX 35,  once school officials learned about the incident, principal Jason Jacobs sent a message to the parents of the students requesting their assistance locating the stolen funds.

“We would like to recover this money for the grandparents. If you speak with your children and if they have received money from the student, please turn it in to our school resource officers,” Jacobs urged.

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