ANTIOCH, Calif. - A little girl with cerebral palsy got a special gift in her trick-or-treat bag on Halloween.
Timothy Winn told KTVU that he was trick-or-treating at a mobile home park in Bethel Island with his 6-year-old daughter Alyssa.
After receiving candy from one home, the pair continued on.
That's when the homeowner came out of the house and approached Alyssa and her dad.
He asked if it would be ok to give her an extra treat for 'wheelchair maintenance.'
Winn said it would be ok for him drop another treat for Alyssa in her bag.
It wasn't until they returned home for the night that they looked onside the bag and found a $100 bill.