The physique of a 57-year-old Michigan man was discovered washed up on a seashore in Huron County Friday morning with a successful lottery ticket tucked away in his pockets, based on a report.
Gregory Jarvis received $45,000 whereas enjoying “The Jack” on the Blue Water Inn in Caseville earlier this month, according to ABC12.com. He returned to the place just a few days later and was reportedly in good spirits. He purchased rounds for patrons though he was unable to money his ticket on account of a problem along with his Social Safety card.
He was not seen alive once more.
Kyle Romzek, the Caseville police chief, instructed the station that the invention of the lotto ticket prompted his officers to take one other take a look at the case, however the concept is that Jarvis was tying up his boat when he someway misplaced his footing and hit his head, “and that’s where he ended up in the water.”
“No foul play suspected,” he instructed the outlet. An post-mortem stood up the idea and stated he drowned, the report stated. The station reported that his family will be capable of acquire the winnings.