Thomas Prusik-Parkin is an attentive son to a fault. He was captured on surveillance tap dressed as his deceased mother to collect over $100,000 benefits from social security and rent subsidies. His mother Irene Prusik died in 2003 at 73.
Prusik-Parkin allegedly worked with Mhilton Rimolo, who he portrayed as the helpful nephew.
He is now charged with grand larceny, forgery and conspiracy . . . but he qualifies for AARP discounts.
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