Lottery ticket helps convict Chicago man in murder
CHICAGO – Cook County prosecutors said a lottery ticket abandoned at the scene of a double murder in 2005 helped convict a 42-year-old Chicago man.
A jury found Timothy Fountain guilty Wednesday on several counts of first-degree murder and armed robbery. He faces life in prison for killing convenience-store clerk Graciela Rodriguez and customer Nicolas Guerrero.
Police matched the number played on a lottery ticket left behind to Fountain's address.
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