Columbus Cops to Share $1M Powerball Winnings
November 30, 2012
A group of Columbus (Ohio) Police Department officers went in on a Powerball ticket and won $1 million in the state's lottery.
Most of the 20 or so officers work either in the department's forgery or auto theft unit, according to department spokesman Sgt. Rich Weiner.
Read the full story on CNN.com.
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S.S @ 12/4/2012 7:20 AM
Glad to hear that. I'm sure you all deserve it, and good to hear it went to the good guys. I've been doing the samething here in TX. with some of the other officers in my unit and nothing yet!! I'll keep trying.
Ima Leprechaun @ 12/11/2012 3:31 PM
Good for them. I feel bad for them due to all the taxes Ohio has on winnings and the city income taxes they will have to pay but I hope they enjoy themselves they deserve it.
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