NY man gets maximum for stolen $5M lo...

NY man gets maximum for stolen $5M lottery ticket

There are 2 comments on the Tyler Morning Telegraph story from Jul 23, 2013, titled NY man gets maximum for stolen $5M lottery ticket. In it, Tyler Morning Telegraph reports that:

A former auto dealership manager convicted of possessing an apartment complex maintenance worker's winning $5 million New York lottery ticket was sentenced Tuesday to up to 25 years in prison by a judge who cited his "rapacious greed."

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Madison, NY

#1 Jul 24, 2013
Murderers don't get this much time. But that is stupid law enforcement who can only catch the small criminals.

Since: Sep 12

Makati, Philippines

#2 Jul 27, 2013
I hope this will serve as a lesson to those who will take advantage of other people. Money will bring us comfortable life but if we will become greedy enough to have a lot of money and do bad things just to have it, definitely there will be a price to pay too. Let's be just and do right.

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