Big Lottery Payouts for Some Greater Danbury Residents this Month
So far during the month of October, there have been a few pretty big Connecticut Lottery wins for some residents of Greater Danbury.
It's been a pretty good month so far for a number of Greater Danbury residents. In total, people around the area have pocketed over $300,000 in lottery winnings, and there's still almost two more weeks left in the month.
Here's the breakdown of who won what, and where they purchased their winning tickets.
Eugene Buie, of Danbury picked up $50,000 on a Super Bonus Bucks ticket sold at Jm Food & Grocery in Danbury.
Nicholas Tresca, of Bethel cashed in with a $30,000 win on a 30X Cash ticket sold at Stogey Cigarette & Tobacco in Danbury.
Thomas Brooks, of Danbury won $20,000 on a 20X Cash ticket sold at Jm Food & Grocery in Danbury. It was the second big payout of the month from a ticket bought at Jm Food & Grocery.
George Collentine, of New Fairfield was the biggest winner so far in October. He scored a $200,000 win on a $200,000 Lucky ticket sold at New Fairfield Mobil.
Here's a few winners just outside the Greater Danbury area who also cashed in big time.
Cody Fitzgerald, of Waterbury was a winner picking up $20,000 on a 20X Cash ticket sold at Sam's Deli in Waterbury.
Helen Byrd, of Waterbury scored a $10,000 win on a 10X Cash ticket sold at Waterbury Xpress Foodmart.
Each month the Connecticut Lottery publishes all the prize winners who have picked up $10,000 on more on their website, ctlottery.org.