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Anderson County woman charged with cashing in stolen lottery tickets, SLED says


WITNESSED THE ABUSE AND FAILED TO REPORT AND ANDERSON COUNTY. JUDY HILL HAS BEEN ARRESTED FOR CASHING STOLEN LOTTERY TICKETS 28-YEAR-OLD JUDY HILL HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH INTENTO T FRAUD IN SOUTH CAROLINA SLED EDUCATIONAL LOTTERY SAYS HILL TURNED SEVERAL STOLEN SCRATCH LOTTERY TICKETS AND RECEIVED CHAS PAYMENT FROM DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN GREENVILLE AND NEWBERRY COUNTIES SLED SAYS TICKETS STOLEN DINURG AN ARMED

Anderson County woman charged with cashing in stolen lottery tickets, SLED says

Tickets were stolen in an armed robbery

An upstate woman was arrested Monday after cashing in stolen scratch-off lottery tickets, according to the South Carolina Division of Law Enforcement. Judy Ann Hill, 28, of Pelzer was charged with intent to defraud the South Carolina Educational Lottery, SLED said. According to SLED, Hill returned several stolen scratch-off lottery tickets and received a cash payment from different games at three locations in Greenville and Newberry counties. The tickets were stolen in an armed robbery at Sav-Way on South Street in Simpsonville in November 2020, SLED said. According to SLED, Hill was booked into the Greenville County Detention Center.

An upstate woman was arrested Monday after cashing in stolen scratch-off lottery tickets, according to the South Carolina Division of Law Enforcement.

Judy Ann Hill, 28, of Pelzer has been charged with intent to defraud the South Carolina Educational Lottery, SLED said.

According to SLED, Hill returned several stolen scratch-off lottery tickets and received cash payment from various games at three locations in Greenville and Newberry counties.

The tickets were stolen in an armed robbery at Sav-Way on South Street in Simpsonville in November 2020, SLED said.

According to SLED, Hill was incarcerated at the Greenville County Detention Center.


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