7 arrested in murder of Georgia lottery winner
WGN - "Ever since he hit the lottery we kept getting calls, text messages, all that, saying, 'Be careful because people are out for him to rob him,' Hendricks said."

via WGN:

FITZGERALD, Ga. -- (WGN) -- Seven people face a slew of charges in the grisly death of a forklift operator who won over $430,000 playing the Georgia lottery in 2015.

Five Georgia men – Earnest Holcomb, 27; Wayan Jordan, 17; Nathaniel Baker, 28; Anjavell Johnson, 21; and Dabrentis Overstreet, 19 – along with two women, 22-year-old Rosalyn Swain and 24-year-old Keyona Dyous, all face charges of malice murder, armed robbery, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, according to WALB.

Friends and family say Craigory Burch Jr., 30, was targeted because he won $434,272 in late November.

The victim’s girlfriend says a shotgun blew open the door and three masked, armed men ran inside their home.

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