260. Woman Lies About Winning Lottery

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A 39-year-old woman admitted that she had lied. claimed that she bought the latest winning lottery in Massachusetts, but then lost it. The ticket worth $18 million after all deductions. Jean Fenn charged with grand larceny. A conviction could put in prison for up to seven years.
The winner of the ticket, Kevin Hayes, 66, presented a week ago to the liquor store where had bought it. That store will receive one of the prize, or $180,000. The owner of store, Mark Abrams, 56, was overjoyed. “Last year had a storm that blew half of our off. It cost $25,000 to put a new on.”
Hayes said he was reminded to check numbers when he heard that a woman had her winning ticket. He and his wife had camping in the mountains when the winning number drawn.
“But I feel sorry for this woman," Hayes. "She only did this out of desperation. fact, I'm going to help her out financially she gets out of prison. It’s a shame this wealthy country has so many poor people. , I’m going to donate a lot of this to different charities. What do I need $18 for?”
The checks to Hayes and Abrams should within two weeks, according to a lottery spokesman. spokesman mentioned that lottery players should remember that odds of winning the lottery are only about in forty million. Even so, most people think SOMEONE has to win, and it might as be them.