Woman, son arrested on drug charges after winning $20G lottery prize

A Florida woman's celebration after winning a $20,000 lottery prize was short-lived after she and her son were arrested Tuesday on drug charges.

Migdalia Cruz, 59, and Luis Correa, 39, were arrested on suspicion of selling heroin within 100 feet of a school and various possession charges, respectively, the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

Another woman, Dana LaFlamme, 34, was arrested on suspicion of possessing ammunition by a convicted felon and driving with a suspended license.

Cruz had just returned from nearby Orlando, where she and Correa redeemed the $20,000 prize for a winning scratch-off ticket, when deputies arrived at her Deltona home with a search warrant.

Dana LaFlamme, 34, Migdalia Cruz, 59, and Luis Correa, 39, were arrested on various drug charges Tuesday.

Dana LaFlamme, 34, Migdalia Cruz, 59, and Luis Correa, 39, were arrested on various drug charges Tuesday. (Volusia County Sheriff’s Office)

Correa was outside holding three bags of drugs, which tested positive for heroin and fentanyl, the statement said.

A search of the home yielded more heroin, prescription pills, ecstasy, cocaine residue and drug paraphernalia, according to authorities.

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Correa was held in the Volusia County Branch Jail on a $36,000 bond. Cruz was released after posting $5,000 bond, while LaFlamme was held without bail.