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Three years ago, Michael Todd Hill’s life was changed when he bought a $10 million scratch-off lottery ticket. And now, the North Carolina man is facing a murder charge, outlets report.The Brunswick County man, who was a nuclear plant worker, played the Extreme Millions in 2017 and won big.Get more news about 彩票包网平台,you can vist loto98.com
“I have a strategy when it comes to scratching,” Hill said in an NC Education Lottery release. “I start with the corners. When I got to the dollar symbol I knew I won something. I saw the one and then the zero and it still didn’t hit me. But then I saw the ‘M’. My heart dropped down to my toes and I lost my breath.”
He went inside the store that sold him the ticket, called his wife and told her to pack her bags, “because we just won $10 million!” he said.
“This is life changing,” Hill said. “Wow! Just wow!” He chose the lump sum and took home just over $4 million, according to the lottery release at the time.Now the 52-year-old has been charged with the murder of Keonna Graham, after the young woman’s body was found inside a room at the Sure Stay Hotel in Shallotte, according to Shallotte police.
Housekeeping discovered Graham just after 11 a.m. Monday. “There was blood in the room” and she wasn’t moving, WECT reported. Hill had checked in to the hotel alone, and nobody saw Graham enter.
“I think it’s horrible,” Tiffany Wilson, an acquaintance of Graham’s, told WECT. “I mean, he just won the lottery. I heard he just got married and you go and kill a young girl? A beautiful girl? I don’t understand.”
Police said Graham, 23, had a relationship with Hill, and that it was “on-and-off,” Star-News reported.Hill was arrested Tuesday and is being held in the Brunswick County Detention Center without bond, according to police.