MIDDLEBURY, IN - A Shipshewana woman has been accused of stealing over $100,000 worth of lottery tickets from a gas station she worked at.
The owner of the Middlebury gas station contacted a Hoosier Lottery investigator and looked through security tapes.
The cameras showed 35-year-old Joehanna Marchand hiding a pack of lottery tickets, without paying for them. The Hoosier Lottery investigation revealed 145 packs of tickets had been activated, but not sold.
Marchand now faces up to 6 years in prison.
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