Last month, 130 people across the state claimed prizes over $10,000 through the Connecticut Lottery. The biggest prize went to Rhode Island resident Eugene Brown, who won $200,000 from a ticket sold in Pawcatuck. Additionally, three people in the Danbury area won prizes of $100,000 each over the course of one week. Here is the list of people who claimed prizes of $50,000 or more in the month of April. Johnny Rivera, of North Haven; $100,000 on a MEGA Multiplier! ticket sold at Maple Mini Mart in Ansonia. Dorothy Chambers, of Bristol; $57,663 on a Fast Play - $5 Hot Ticket Progressive ticket sold at Fas Mart #300 in Bristol. Joseph Maturo, of West Haven; $100,000 on a Powerball ticket sold at Lucky Food Mart in West Haven. Joseph Stoudmire, of West Haven; $100,000 on a Powerball ticket sold at Krauszers Food Store in West Haven. Nicola Stellabotte, of Wethersfield; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Citgo in Wethersfield. Armando Montanez Jr, of Bridgeport; $100,000 on a Money Multiplier ticket sold at Compare Food in Bridgeport. Teresa Mittica, of Farmington; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Violet Food Mart LLC in Bristol. Jaster Rincon, of Salem, Mass.; $50,000 on a Casino Cash ticket sold at Nikita's Value Mart in Stamford. Cynthia Hannon, of East Lyme; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at A1 Mobil in Waterford. Eugene Brown, of Westerly, R.I.; $200,000 on a Stacks of Cash ticket sold at Evans Mobil in Pawcatuck. Philip Girardin, of Bristol; $100,000 on a $100,000 CASHWORD 10 ticket sold at Country Farms Convenience in Southington. Nancy Garcia Andrade De Guevara, of Stamford; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Connecticut Food Market LLC in Bridgeport. Ramon Tavera Gonzalez, of Danbury; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Citgo in Danbury. Bryan Whippie, of Stafford Springs; $50,000 on a Poker Night ticket sold at Fas Mart #308 in Vernon. John Zygmont, of New Hartford; $50,000 on a "$" ticket sold at Luckey Star LLC in Torrington. Linda Belanger, of Brookfield; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Hawleyville Sunoco in Newtown. Paul Desiderioscioli, of Branford; $96,785 on a Fast Play - $5 Hot Ticket Progressive ticket sold at Branford Quick Mart LLC in Branford. Christopher Ogrady, of Mystic; $50,000 on a MEGA Multiplier! ticket sold at Sunnys Food & Fuel in Mystic. Francis Tavolacci, of Pound Ridge, N.Y.; $56,780 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Keans Korner LLC in New Canaan. Stanislaw Dabrowski, of Danbury; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Jm Food & Grocery LLC\u00a0in Danbury. The Connecticut Lottery publishes the list of prize winners of $10,000 or more on its web site. According to its rules: "Winners cannot remain anonymous. The CT Lottery will consider a winner's name, city\/town, and the prize amount a matter of public record, unless the winner produces a valid protective order or Address Confidentiality Program authorization card." While most winners claim prizes using their individual names, some winners come forward using other legal entities (i.e., trusts, business partnership) to claim their prizes - and to better shield their identities. In those instances, the Lottery will promote the winner using that legal entity's name.