Milan woman claims $50,000 lottery prize

MILAN Marguerite Melick, of Milan, has claimed one of two Rolling Cash 5 game tickets which had the right combination for the Monday's drawing. Each ticket is worth $50,000, or half of the Ohio Lottery game's jackpot of $100,000. Melick bought the ticket at Discount Drug Mart in Norwalk.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

MILAN Marguerite Melick, of Milan, has claimed one of two Rolling Cash 5 game tickets which had the right combination for the Monday's drawing. Each ticket is worth $50,000, or half of the Ohio Lottery game's jackpot of $100,000.

Melick bought the ticket at Discount Drug Mart in Norwalk.

A call to Melick's home this morning went unanswered and the recording indicated the mail box was full everybody loves a lottery winner!

There were 67 Rolling Cash tickets with four of the numbers, and each is worth $300. The 2,177 tickets showing three of the numbers are each worth $10, and the 22,175 tickets showing two of the numbers are each worth $1.

Andy Rokakis, of the Ohio Lottery Commission, said it's unusual for two people to hit the Rolling Cash 5 in one day. The other winning ticket was sold at Jeff's Drive Thru & Carryout in Cincinnati.