Invader jailed for threats over lottery ticket faces deportation

A Georgia man who was jailed for threatening his boss over a disputed $750,000 lottery ticket faces deportation, with authorities saying he is in the U.S. illegally. — Police say Jose Antonio Cua-Toc threatened his boss, Erick Cervantes, and his wife, calling them repeatedly and saying he would “kill each of them and their children if they did not give him some of the lottery winnings,” according to local newspaper The Sun News. — Cua-Toc’s attorney denied the allegations Wednesday on MSNBC-TV. — “Mr. Cervantes has 750,000 reasons to say these things. They haven’t been proven,” Julio Moreno said… Read More

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