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Sat Nov 23, 2013, 05:49 PM

Hempstead deli owners accused of trying to scam lottery winner

Eyewitness News
HEMPSTEAD (WABC) -- A father and son on Long Island are accused of trying to bilk a million dollar lottery winner out of his prize.

Nabil and Karim Jaghab of East Meadow are charged with grand larceny.

The pair run the Peninsula Deli in Hempstead.

Police say a 34-year old Hempstead man purchased a $10 "Unwrap The Cash" scratch off New York State Lottery Ticket.

http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=news/local/long_island&id=9337256

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Politicalboi Nov 2013 #1

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Sat Nov 23, 2013, 06:31 PM

1. Why would he go back there the next day

Even if he had won $1,000, he would have to claim it at the state lottery office. Any winnings over $500.00 at least here in Ca can't be paid by the store owner. Unless they have to take it back to the place they bought it, I wouldn't go back to that store. What idiots the store owners were. They would have got a percentage of that winning ticket too.

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