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    These Georgia lotteries were drawn Thursday: 02-03-06-08-11-12-13-15-17-18-21-23 (two, three, six, eight, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fifteen, seventeen, eighteen, twenty-one, twenty-three) 02-03-05-06-08-10-13-14-16-17-19-21 (two, three, five, six, eight, ten, thirteen, fourteen, sixteen, seventeen, nineteen, twenty-one) 02-05-07-10-11-16-17-18-20-21-22-24 (two, five, seven, ten, eleven, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, twenty, twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-four) 01-02-05-09-11-13-16-17-19-21-23-24 (one, two, five, nine, eleven, thirteen, sixteen, seventeen, nineteen, twenty-one, twenty-three, twenty-four) 6-2-1 (six, two, one) 1-7-3 (one, seven, three) 0-6-2 (zero, six, two) 7-5-9-9 (seven, five, nine, nine) 1-7-2-7 (one, seven, two, seven) 9-5-8-8 (nine, five, eight, eight) 23-25-27-31-40, Cash Ball: 2 (twenty-three, twenty-five, twenty-seven, thirty-one, forty; Cash Ball: two) 18-20-21-40-42 (eighteen, twenty, twenty-one, forty, forty-two) Estimated jackpot: $464,000 1-1-7-3-2 (one, one, seven, three, two) 9-6-0-2-5 (nine, six, zero, two, five) 07-13-27-29-41-45 (seven, thirteen, twenty-seven, twenty-nine, forty-one, forty-five) Estimated jackpot: $1.1 million Estimated jackpot: $154 million Estimated jackpot: $53 million
  • The winning numbers in Friday morning's drawing of the Georgia Lottery's 'All or Nothing Morning' game were: 01-03-06-07-12-15-16-18-19-20-23-24 (one, three, six, seven, twelve, fifteen, sixteen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-three, twenty-four)
  • Authorities say a teenager fell from a ladder and died while working on a two-story home that is under construction in central Florida. Clermont police tell news outlets the accident happened Thursday afternoon in a subdivision near Orlando. Investigators say there is no sign of foul play. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has been advised of the accident and will investigate. The boy's name or age wasn't released. Mattamy Homes, which is building the home in the Waterbrooke subdivision, said in a statement that the company's 'thoughts and prayers to out to the victim's family and co-workers at this terribly difficult time.' The company said it is cooperating with the investigation.
  • One person is in the hospital with serious injuries after being trapped under what JFRD described as a large load in an industrial accident. The address provided corresponded to the Win Dixie Distribution Center off West Beaver Street, on Jacksonville’s Westside, but JFRD did not specify if the accident occurred at that facility. WOKV is working to get more information about what happened, and the extent of the person’s injuries.
  • Police say a toddler was killed in a hit-and-run crash in a central Florida parking lot. Daytona Beach police Chief Craig Capri says they're searching for 29-year-old Earnest Ponder who was last seen running from the scene on Thursday night. Capri tells news outlets it appears the driver backed into the child, who was about 22-months-old. Police haven't released the name of the child and there were few details about what happened. Police say Ponder goes by the nickname 'Boss.' Volusia County court records show Ponder has been arrested 12 times since 2002, most recently in February when he was charged with possession of cocaine and resisting arrest.
  • A Dacula, Georgia, man has been sentenced to prison and ordered to pay restitutions for defrauding rappers and professional athletes through their Apple accounts. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports 27-year-old Kwamaine Jerell Ford was sentenced Thursday to three years and a month in federal prison. He also must pay about $700,000 in restitution to victims. Ford entered a guilty plea to computer fraud and aggravated identity theft on March 28. U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak says Ford posed as an Apple customer support agent through emails and requested victim's Apple IDs. At least 100 people provided their information. He used victims' credit card information for three years starting in 2015, purchasing flights, car rentals and hotels rooms. ___ Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, http://www.ajc.com
  • The Judicial Qualifications Commission is recommending that the Florida Supreme Court suspend a Broward County judge without pay for grabbing a courthouse employee by the neck and shaking him. In a recommendation submitted to the high court, commission's lawyer Alex Williams says Circuit Judge Gina Hawkins should be suspended immediately. The SunSentinel reports a suspension at this stage of a judicial misconduct complaint would be unusual but not unprecedented. The commission's report says Hawkins was upset with a male employee on June 11 because she hadn't received her docket. They stepped into the hallway where she grabbed him. Video surveillance captured the incident. Day later Hawkins reviewed the video with the chief judge, who advised her to report the incident to the commission. Williams says Hawkins' description contradicts the video.
  • An evangelical Ohio preacher accused of repeatedly raping a child has avoided prison mostly because of his attorney, who's said to have used his position as Georgia house speaker to delay court proceedings. Enotah Judicial Circuit District Attorney Jeff Langley told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that a deal for 10 years' probation was the best he could do after the repeated delays. Jason Brothers pleaded guilty Wednesday to sexual battery of a minor and admitted to sexually touching the victim, now a 21-year-old woman. Langley says the case would've been stronger if it was tried years ago as it now relied on witnesses remembering instances from 2012. Republican Speaker David Ralston told the newspaper the case's outcome wasn't unusual. A former FBI agent says Ralston delayed 226 cases about 966 times since becoming speaker in 2010. ___ Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, http://www.ajc.com