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■ Steven Ledo, 19, was work­ing in a hos­pi­tal laun­dry in Prov­i­dence, R.I., when he no­ticed $50 and $100 bills bil­low­ing out of a dryer, prompt­ing him to gather up the money, to­tal­ing $9,100, and turn it in so it could be re­turned to a pa­tient.

■ Joe Gray, a po­lice of­fi­cer in Van­der­grift, Pa., said a 2-year-old boy had “no bumps, no bruises, no scrapes” and was “as happy as could be” af­ter an SUV that the boy knocked out of park rolled down a drive­way and a 100-foot hill and into some trees.

■ Sean McCul­lough, 44, of Haver­town, Pa., was ar­rested on drunken-driv­ing charges af­ter po­lice say he drove his car into a po­lice sta­tion park­ing lot, veered into an exit lane and onto a side­walk, then parked in a squad-car des­ig­nated spot and told of­fi­cers he wanted to be in a safe place.

■ Kim­lan Ji­nakul, 91, af­ter more than 10 years of col­lege study, re­ceived her di­ploma from Thai­land’s king in ac­cor­dance with the coun­try’s tra­di­tion of mem­bers of the royal fam­ily pre­sent­ing pub­lic uni­ver­si­ties’ diplo­mas.

■ Ash­ley Sav­age, a po­lice spokesman in Ar­ling­ton, Va., said a man re­ported that he had re­turned from a trip to find that some­one had il­le­gally en­tered his apart­ment and cleaned it, and al­though items were moved, noth­ing was miss­ing.

■ Sean Harris of Loganville, Ga., said his 7-year-old daugh­ter is scared to go back to school af­ter a state foster care worker mis­took her for an­other girl with a sim­i­lar name and took her to a child ser­vices of­fice, be­fore dis­cov­er­ing the mis­take and re­turn­ing her about 90 min­utes later.

■ John Jur­gle, the fire chief in Pom­pano Beach, Fla., said a fire­fighter re­cruit was fired and three oth­ers re­signed af­ter a noose was left hang­ing over the chair of a black re­cruit on the last day of their train­ing, say­ing he doesn’t want his depart­ment as­so­ci­ated with that kind of be­hav­ior.

■ Joe Yates of Pike County, Ky., said he found on­line video of teenagers show­ing off an AR-15 ri­fle and am­mu­ni­tion that matched what was used to kill five preg­nant cows and three calves on his ranch, re­sult­ing in two teens now fac­ing charges.

■ Hamid Damghani, a com­man­der in Iran’s Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Guard Corps, said four men and two women were ar­rested, ac­cused of seek­ing to “change life­styles and pro­mote a lack of hi­jab” by teach­ing Zumba, a Colom­bian fit­ness rou­tine, and other “Western” dances.

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