Don’t keep $250,000 Cash At Your House

January 12, 2014 — 2 Comments

Don't keep $250,000 Cash At Your House

Just in case you needed a reason not to keep $250,000 cash at your house, look at what happened to DeSean Jackson.  What a terrible thing to happen to anyone, but it seems dangerous to keep that much cash around!

A few days after the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver said he wanted to renegotiate his contract, Jackson’s South Philadelphia home was robbed of more than $250,000 in cash and jewelry, along with a handgun, police said.

Investigators said Saturday the burglary happened sometime earlier in the week at Jackson’s home, not far from the team’s practice facility. Police say the cash and jewelry were taken from a safe.

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2 responses to Don’t keep $250,000 Cash At Your House

  1. Does burying it in coffee cans in your backyard count as keeping it around the house?

    • Haha, I guess it’d be safer than putting it in your house! Although I did hear about a guy who buries his money in PVC pipes with sealed ends… that might be better than coffee cans!

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