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Scottsville Area Man Buys Ticket Worth $100,000

Scottsville Area Man Buys Ticket Worth $100,000

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He didn’t win the Mega Millions jackpot, but you probably won’t hear Roger Houchens III of Scottsville complaining anytime soon. When Houchens (pictured left) went to a nearby convenience store to cash in a $15 winning lottery ticket, he made a purchase that was worth $100,000. Houchens is shown with his girl friend Tiffany Harris. The name of the store is Lucky’s. Perhaps it is all in a name.

 

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