Search for news stories tagged with the keyword you specify
TagResults 171 - 174 of 174 for ohio. (0.02 seconds)
Winning lottery ticket wasn’t too lucky for alleged thieves
Two Ohio men appeared in County Municipal Court Eastern Area Division Thursday accused in the connection of theft of items from Akenheads Dairy, including 395 lottery tickets.Adam Lee Coburn, 19, 137 N. Market St., is charged with breaking and entering, a fourth-degree felony. According to police, early Tuesday Coburn allegedly broke out a window of the store and entered. Taken from the store were 24 cartons of cigarettes, 15 cigarette lighters, three boxes of cigarette rolling papers, two bottl ...
Sep 5, 2003, 9:55 am - Lottery News forum
Lottery winnings in middle of dispute
Ruby Bosher became a millionaire five years ago when she and her husband won the Ohio lottery.Today, her winnings are in a trust, she is in a nursing home suffering from dementia and her children are in court battling over control of her estate.The sibling rivalry played out yesterday before Lake County Probate Judge Ted Klammer, who ordered the family to get along for their mother's sake, even if it was only temporarily.At issue is $3.6 million worth of Super Lotto winnings that Ruby and her hu ...
Sep 4, 2003, 10:27 am - Lottery News forum
Prize for ticket may be prison
A Ohio woman accused of altering a lottery ticket to claim a $25,000 prize went on trial yesterday, with both sides agreeing that the ticket shown to jurors was a poor fake.Brenda Alexander of Elyria could face up to 12 months in prison and a $2,500 fine if she is found guilty of one count each of forgery and attempted theft. The defendant gimmicked the ticket, said Lorain County Assistant Prosecutor Steve List, telling the jury that Alexander cut out the $2 million symbol that originally appea ...
Aug 14, 2003, 4:07 am - Lottery News forum
Court Orders City To Return Couple’s Tax On Lottery Winnings
Ohios highest court says one Northeast Ohio city cant tax lottery winnings under its current law.The Ohio Supreme Court ruled 7-0 Wednesday in favor of a Euclid couple that was ordered to pay $102,000 after winning $3.5 million in the Ohio Lottery in 1998. The court says the money is not taxable because it does not fit the definition of taxable income under Euclid city law.The citys ordinance defines taxable income as wages, salaries and other compensation paid by an employer and-or the net prof ...
Aug 7, 2003, 4:10 am - Lottery News forum