Roger Herrin (Courtesy: SIU Board of Trustees)

Herrin Pays Settlement With $150,000 Worth of Quarters

A Harrisburg doctor and SIU Board of Trustee member paid off a portion of a court-ordered legal settlement with nearly four tons of quarters packed into dozens of bags.
Harrisburg resident Roger Herrin was ordered to repay $500,000 in insurance money related to the 2001 death of his teenage son, who died in a car accident.
Herrin packed a third of the money — $150,000 — into 50-pound bags of quarters. They were unloaded from an armored truck and delivered to a Marion law firm on Wednesday.
The businessman says he's upset that an appellate court ordered him to repay the money from a wrongful death suit. He says he decided to fork over the quarters in protest.
He tells WSIL-TV that he chose the coins because: "I couldn't do it in pennies."

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