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Georgia Man Flees Traffic Stop, Leaves Behind Winning Lottery Ticket And Drugs

GEORGIA MAN – A man from Georgia, US, left his winning lottery behind, as well as drugs, when he fled a police traffic stop.

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According to Inquirer, the man, identified as Shaun Jones, was fleeing from a police traffic stop on Sept. 14 when he left behind stuff in his car.

Jones was about to be interrogated for a violation when he suddenly ran away. Fortunately, cops were able to retrieve his goods for safekeeping. Among them include the winning lottery ticket, as well as illegal drugs

The Cherokee Sheriff’s Office was even kind enough to invite him to get his prize.

“To the suspect who ran on foot from our deputies on a traffic stop this morning on I-75, you left a winning $100.00 lottery ticket in your vehicle,”

“You can claim your ticket at 498 Chattin Dr. in Canton. It will be here waiting for you. Congratulations by the way.”

Cherokee Sheriff’s Office posted the said statement on Facebook, which you can check right here.

Based on the report, Jones was arrested near the location of the traffic stop before he was able to voluntarily claim his ticket.

The cops also clarified that they would return the winning ticket but not the drugs he brought along.

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