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Published: Wednesday, 4/17/2013

Bond set at $75,000 for Toledoan accused of stealing lottery tickets

BLADE STAFF

Bond was set at $75,000 today for a Toledo man charged with stealing $322,000 worth of lottery tickets from his former employer.

Samer Ahmed Musa, 31, of 2823 Floex Dr., was handcuffed and taken into custody after Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Gary Cook set his bond at an arraignment hearing.

Mr. Musa was indicted last week on a charge of aggravated theft for allegedly stealing 600 books of lottery tickets from the Stop 'N' Shop on West Bancroft Street between January and November, 2012, and then having at least two individuals cash in winning tickets.



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