Georgetown Student Finds Greg Monroe's Wallet; NBA Player a Thankful Hoya

Georgetown grad Brian Frey; U.S. Senate staffer Chris Scribner; Georgetown grad Sam Fubara; NBA's Greg Monroe (G.U. student, too); Georgetown senior Ed Shehwen; GWU law student John MacGregor.
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Georgetown grad Brian Frey; U.S. Senate staffer Chris Scribner; Georgetown grad Sam Fubara; NBA's Greg Monroe (G.U. student, too); Georgetown senior Ed Shehwen; GWU law student John MacGregor.

It's not every day that one discovers a wallet belonging to a National Basketball Association player. Georgetown University student Ed Shehwen did just that last week on Prospect Street, where he found the wallet of the Detroit Pistons' Greg Monroe. Shehwen's friend, Chris Scribner who lives in one of the apartments at Halcyon House, tweeted the former Hoya Big East rookie of the year to come get his wallet. It took a few tries to convince Monroe, who is taking summer school classes at Georgetown University. The six-foot-11-inch tall basketball player pulled up in his BMW and thanked his fellow Hoyas for the find. Monroe (G_Monroe10 ) tweeted: huge s/o to @CScribs and his friends! #superclutch .

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