JEFF CLARK/SUN HERALD 
 Hancock County deputy William Morgan, right, walks out of the Ractrac on Gause Boulevard in Slidell on Friday morning with his Powerball tickets
JEFF CLARK/SUN HERALD Hancock County deputy William Morgan, right, walks out of the Ractrac on Gause Boulevard in Slidell on Friday morning with his Powerball tickets
JEFF CLARK/SUN HERALD Hancock County deputy William Morgan, right, walks out of the Ractrac on Gause Boulevard in Slidell on Friday morning with his Powerball tickets
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