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Masury man collects $92,000 Ohio Lottery winnings

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The holder of a winning Rolling Cash 5 ticket has claimed their prize. John Lehotay of Masury won $130,000 after matching all five numbers in the October 14, 2013 drawing.

After mandatory federal and state taxes totaling 29 percent are withheld, Lehotay receives $92,300.
 
Lehotay picked the numbers himself when he purchased the five-of-five Rolling Cash 5 ticket from Penn Ohio Lottery & Deli in Masury.
 
Penn Ohio Lottery & Deli located at 850 S. Irvine Avenue in Masury receives a $500 agent bonus for selling a five-of-five winning Rolling Cash 5 ticket.
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