Georgia Man Used $3 Million Lottery Win to Start a Statewide Meth Enterprise

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A Georgia man who’d won $3 million in the lottery in February of last year, used his winnings to start a statewide meth enterprise.

45-year-old Ronnie Music Jr. had purchased a scratch-off ticket on a whim at a gas station, and it’s now landing him in prison.

The multi-millionaire decided to deal crystal meth and, as far as investigators believe, anyway, he funneled his winnings into an illegal business.

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He was caught selling 11 pounds of meth worth half a million dollars.

During the arrest, federal agents also took $1 million worth of meth, a whole arsenal of gun and ammo, and $600,000 in cash.

He pleaded guilty last week to drug trafficking and firearm possession charges.

 

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