Store that sold winning Mega Millions ticket to get $100,000

Associated Press


An Ohio convenience store is being presented with a $100,000 check for selling the winning $143 million Mega Millions ticket in last Friday’s drawing.

Officials from the Ohio Lottery’s Dayton Regional Office say they’ll present the check today at Fat Daddy’s Road Dog, a division of Duncan Oil Co. in Moraine, outside Dayton.

Lottery officials had incorrectly said the store would receive $14,300. But they said Sunday the correct formula is $1,000 per $1 million of jackpot, capped at $100,000.

No one has come forward to claim last Friday’s jackpot.

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