Lottery officials: $2 million winning ticket claimed
BY Associated Press
Saturday, January 26, 2013
1/26/13 at 5:16 AM
NORMAN - Oklahoma Lottery Commission officials say a lawyer acting as a trustee has claimed a winning $2 million Powerball ticket that was sold in Norman.
In a news release issued Friday, the Lottery Commssion said attorney Preston Trimble claimed the ticket acting as a trustee for the TLOFMF Revocable Trust of Norman.
The Lottery Commission said the trust successfully matched five of five white ball numbers in a drawing Dec. 19. The ticket was sold at B&B Country Store in Norman.
According to the Lottery Commission, Oklahoma has had four Powerball jackpot winners.
Winners have 180 days from the day of the drawing to claim their prize at Oklahoma Lottery headquarters in Oklahoma City.
More than two dozen prizes of $1 million or more have been paid by the Oklahoma Lottery.