Monday, May 21, 2012

Thomas parkin

  • Thomas Parkin was convicted May 3 on charges including grand larceny and mortgage fraud. He was sentenced Monday to 13 2/3 to 41 years in prison. Prosecutors said the scheme lasted six years and involved Parkin wearing a blond wig, dress and oversized sunglasses.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Thomas Prusik-Parkin was convicted this month of grand larceny for posing as Irene Prusik for several years in order to pocket more than $44,000 of the dead womans government benefits.
  • (New York Post)
  • Thomas Parkin, 51, was just convicted on charges that included grand larceny and mortgage fraud and was sentenced to 13 to 41 years in prison.
  • (Ringside Report)
  • Thomas Prusik-Parkin was convicted this month of grand larceny for posing as Irene Prusik for several years in order to pocket more than $44,000 of the dead womans government benefits.
  • (Myfoxdc.com)
  • Thomas Parkin was convicted May 3 on charges including grand larceny and mortgage fraud. He was sentenced Monday to 13 2/3 to 41 years.
  • (Newsday)
  • So you think that Alfred Hitchcock's, Physcho was just a movie, until you learn that Thomas Prusik-Parkin of New York was convicted of dressing as his dead mother, Irene Prusik, in order to continue receiving her Social Security benefits.
  • (Newsoxy.com)
  • See this story at StatesmanJournal.com/sports for a photo gallery.
  • (Statesman Journal)
  • With assistance from Flavia Krause-Jackson in United Nations, Tony Czuczka and Brian Parkin in Berlin, Paul Tugwell in Athens, Emma Ross-Thomas in Madrid and Robert Hutton in London.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • Thomas Prusik Parkin wore a wig and a red dress to renew his deceased mother's driver's license. A Brooklyn man is facing time behind bars for stealing the identity of his dead mother.
  • (Personal Liberty Digest)

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