DENVER, CO — A survivor of the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado back in 1999 lost a treasured keepsake years ago.
He earned the ring when the school’s football team went on to win the state title the season immediately after so many of their classmates and a teacher were killed.
The two gunman killed 13 people before committing suicide. Evan Todd was wounded in the shootings.
Todd lost the ring while on a speaking tour in California several years ago.
A homeless veteran, Bobby Smith, found the ring in a creek in San Luis Obispo, California.
The 60-year-old vet saw Todd's name on the ring and contacted the school.
Although he was offered $2,000 to sell the ring, he decided to "do the right thing" and return it.
Now a GoFundMe page has been set up by Todd to help Bobby Smith.