Man Sentenced in Lottery/Meth Scandal

Daniel Roger Alo, a murderer at the center of meth trafficking conspiracy at Calhoun State Prison that Waycross resident Ronnie Music Jr. financed with part of his $3 million in Georgia Lottery winnings, received a 29 year sentence yesterday from U.S. District Court Judge Lisa Godby Wood. The Georgia Department of Corrections has first claim on Alo and Judge Wood ordered that the 29 years she imposed be served consecutively to his state sentence. She recommended to the state and federal prison officials that he not be returned to the prison where he lead a drug trafficking organization.