Hill was working as an employee of a local nuclear power plant when he won a $10 million prize from an Ultimate Millions scratch-off ticket at a convenience store near Wilmington in 2017. According to a WECT report from the time, Hill bought a scratch-off that did not win, then, on a whim, bought a second ticket, which was the winner. After state and federal tax withholdings, he took home a lump sum of just over $4.1 million.
And then in 2021?
A North Carolina man who won $10 million on a lottery ticket was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison.
And now we play “Guess The Perp’s Race”, for the umpteenth time.
That easy, was it?