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$252.6 Million Powerball Jackpot Claimed in Trust

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CLEVELAND – The Powerball jackpot drawn April 19 — Ohio’s fifth-largest jackpot prize — has been claimed by The Crazy Luck Trust, John K. Krajewski, trustee.
The $252.6 million jackpot, which was sold by GetGo Café + Market in Macedonia, is Ohio’s fourth Powerball jackpot prize.
The $252.6 million prize is an annuity, offering annual payments over 30 years. The winner chose the $134.7 million cash option payout and will receive approximately $96.96 million after required federal and state tax withholdings, which are 24% and 4%  respectively.  
Ohio’s last Powerball jackpot, worth $124.2 million, was sold July 9, 2014, at True North in Conneaut. Ohio’s Powerball jackpots have been sold in Curtice, Sunbury, Conneaut and Macedonia.
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