An “unlucky” man from North Carolina who cashed in $10 million from a scratch ticket, has been sentenced to life in prison for shooting and killing the 23-year-old Keonna Graham of Navassa.
Michael Todd Hill, 54, of Leland was locked up for first-degree murder after shooting his girlfriend in a hotel where they’ve been staying.
The body of Graham, who was reported missing on July 20, 2020, was found with a gunshot wound to the back of the head.
After investigation, the Police later said the CCTV footage from the area pinpointed Hill as the only person in the room with Graham.
15th Prosecutorial District of North Carolina later said that Hill had confessed to shooting Graham after it was revealed that she’d been texting with another man while staying at the hotel.
Hill had won a $10 million lottery prize from a scratch-off ticket in 2017.