Who Should Get a $1 Million Jackpot?

by Mark Friedman  on Monday, Jan. 16, 2012 12:00 am  

Julie Baldridge, interim director of the ASL, agreed about the ownership of the ticket. She said whoever has the ticket “is who owns it.” That’s why if the ticket in Beebe had been signed on the back by the unknown original owner, the case “would have a different outcome. But the person who originally purchased that ticket threw it away.”

Collier said that Jones would use the winnings to send her daughter to college and buy a home.

Petriches’ attorney, James “Red” Morgan of Searcy, declined to comment.

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