A former police officer was found in a van for $ 570,000 after colliding with a soccer team’s bus, according to a Nebraska sheriff.


A former officer driving a minivan collided with a Nebraska High School soccer team’s bus on Interstate 80, officials say.

Then lawmakers say they found a big haul of cash in his van.

Lincoln Pius X Catholic High School Women’s soccer team According to the Seward County Sheriff’s Office, he was planning to go to the game when the van and its bus collided on Wednesday.

No student was seriously injured, but both drivers went to Lincoln Hospital, officials say.

While investigating the crash, Seward County lawmakers found $ 570,000 in cash in a van. A photo released by the sheriff’s office shows some transparent bags containing a neatly wrapped bundle of cash. Investigators said they suspected it could be drug money.

The driver was a 62-year-old man from California who was identified only as a former law enforcement officer. The investigation is ongoing and no charges have been announced.

The· soccer team According to the Lincoln Pius X Catholic High School website, I had the chance to compete in a district championship match against North Platte High School and advance to a state tournament.

Despite the crash, the team still played game However, he lost 3-0, the North Platte Telegraph reported.

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