NY Deli Owner tries to Cheat Lottery Winner out of $990G
Long Island police accused a deli owner and his son of trying to cheat a million-dollar lottery winner out of the majority of his winnings. The 34-year-old man who did not speak English went to the Peninsula Deli and Grocery in Hempstead, N.Y. to collect his winnings. The 26-year-old clerk, Karim Jaghab, told the man he'd only won $1.000, which he paid out in cash. The man returned the next day after becoming suspicious and Karim's father, Nabil, allegedly told him he'd actually won $10,000 and that they would pay it to him if he did not involve the authorities. The unlucky winner called the police and the Jaghabs have been charged with grand larceny.
By Jordan Moses
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