- Associated Press - Thursday, February 18, 2016

CENTERVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Ohio Lottery officials say someone has claimed the last of a trio of million-dollar prizes won in Ohio in the drawing for a $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot.

The lottery says whoever claimed the $1 million prize from a ticket sold in Centerville has asked to remain anonymous, as allowed by law.

Three tickets sold in Ohio matched five numbers but missed the Powerball number in the January drawing for the record jackpot.

One of those $1 million prizes was claimed by a Toledo man. The second was claimed by four people from a Cleveland-area family.

An East Liverpool man also won $1 million with a ticket bought in West Virginia.

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