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Store employees accused of stealing $140,000 in lottery tickets

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Posted: February 24, 2016, 9:00 am - IP Logged

I saw that neck too and immediately thought "Clay Matthews".

Yeah, I really thought that was his brother from another mother.

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    Judging by the second one it will also turn you into a man...

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      At least the one on the right with that jaw/chin, has a job as a cement breaker to fall back on when she gets out of jail.

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        Life is so unfair. They don't even look good enough to be crack whores.

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          Posted: February 24, 2016, 2:35 pm - IP Logged

          In line with that" Old Spice" commercial...Imagine Nichole saying " Junkies?

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            Posted: February 25, 2016, 8:53 am - IP Logged

            Yikes, the store owner may have been afraid of these 2.

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              Posted: February 27, 2016, 12:06 pm - IP Logged

              It is possible to balance the books on a store's scratch-off tickets every day. Do an inventory and then take how many ticket$ yesterday minus how many ticket$ now plus how much in new ticket pack$ was added today for sale, and compare that (sale$ according to ticket inventory) to sale$ according to the cash register. If the cash register says we sold $5,000 of tickets today but the inventory indicates that we sold $5,100, then $100 worth of tickets is missing.

              Some stores do this for cigarettes. I think most convenience stores don't, and while they save a few minutes of time each day not doing any inventory and accounting, occasionally something like this will happen and suddenly you're out $100k, far more than the cost of doing daily inventory on what is fairly expensive merchandise.

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                Posted: February 27, 2016, 2:44 pm - IP Logged

                It is possible to balance the books on a store's scratch-off tickets every day. Do an inventory and then take how many ticket$ yesterday minus how many ticket$ now plus how much in new ticket pack$ was added today for sale, and compare that (sale$ according to ticket inventory) to sale$ according to the cash register. If the cash register says we sold $5,000 of tickets today but the inventory indicates that we sold $5,100, then $100 worth of tickets is missing.

                Some stores do this for cigarettes. I think most convenience stores don't, and while they save a few minutes of time each day not doing any inventory and accounting, occasionally something like this will happen and suddenly you're out $100k, far more than the cost of doing daily inventory on what is fairly expensive merchandise.

                Did they think they wouldn't get caught?

                First off, $140,000 worth of tickets???? The owner didn't realize after he was short the first $100????

                There's a little number on the bottom of each scratcher that tells how many tickets are remaining in each book. It's very easy to do an inventory on them and most stores do one at each shift change.

                In the story, it states.... "She (Jacques) said she would buy pills from Cushman and a man named Ray, in exchange for winning lottery tickets" 

                How do you know which are the winning tickets without scratching each one? Also, nothing guarantees there being a winner or it winning more than cost. 

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