Comments for: Rumford man pleads guilty to cashing dead mother’s insurance checks

Posted Sept. 12, 2012, at 6:58 a.m.

PARIS | A Rumford man who collected his mother’s insurance annuity payments for more than three years after her death pleaded guilty Tuesday in Oxford County Superior Court. Rupert Malchisky, 57, pleaded guilty to forgery and theft by deception. He was sentenced to one year, all suspended, and two …

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  • Anonymous

    Nice. (Sarcasm intended.)

  • Anonymous

    He’s divorced & available girls!

    • Anonymous

      Line up ladies!!!

  • Anonymous

    12K over 3 yrs…Not a big policy…

  • Anonymous

    No doubt the insurance company is the real crook here. 

  •  Wonder if he spent it wisely? Probably bath salts and Allen’s.

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