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A Massachusetts man who came upon a substantial windfall in a state lottery had his residence raided, where police found drugs, large amounts of cash and a marijuana growing operation.

This might not seem too crazy, after people, with large sums of new money often make foolish decisions, but the one thing he didn't bother to spend any of his lottery winnings on was a home of his own. Yes, Gary Bonds of Haverhill still lives in government housing.

Just another example of welfare fraud, but it shows that even when people find their situation change, they will still abuse the system.

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