Walmart worker accused of printing $10K in lottery tickets for herself

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LEVITTOWN -

A Walmart employee is accused of printing over $10,000 worth of lottery tickets for herself.

Police say Latricia Hawkins did not pay for them.

The Levittown store employee was arraigned on grand larceny charges.

The Hempstead woman was arrested after Walmart notice lottery ticket sales discrepancies.

Walmart contends that Hawkins printed the lottery tickets since January.

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