Lottery Winner Faces Drug Sentence

Chief U.S. District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood sentenced Ronnie Music, Jr., of Waycorss, to 21 years in federal prison Monday for using some of his $3 million lottery winnings to finance the methamphetamine trade being run from Calhoun State prison. Music also could go back to state prison to finish a sentence for conviction for methamphetamine possession and possession of a firearm by a felon. As part of the deal, Music forfeited 11 assorted guns, two vehicles, some real estate in Waycross, $517,00 in cash and thousands of rounds of ammunition.