Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Duplicate Mega Millions Lottery Tickets Raise Questions
from AZFamily.com: Two lottery tickets bought in the Valley are raising eyebrows. They were purchased by employees at Hughes Performance, a Phoenix company that specializes in rebuilding transmissions. Jan Bleichroth owns the company and collected money from employees for the big Mega Millions drawing, which just about everyone hopes to win. “I’m going on vacation, I’m going to buy a new house, I’ll buy a boat, whatever,” she said. “So, everybody was having fun on Friday fantasizing.” Bleichroth collected $145 and went to a QT convenience store where she purchased 145 tickets using Quick Pick, a computer that’s supposed to randomly select your numbers for you. But after bringing the tickets back to her shop and making copies for everyone, one of her employees noticed something peculiar about those two seemingly normal tickets.
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