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Man Cashes Social Security For Dead Wife Hidden In Freezer


Authorities in Florida say a man hid his wife's body in a freezer so he could continue collecting her Social Security benefits.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office says, Margaret Dunn died at her home in Sun City Center, Fla. in 2002 and Allan Dunn placed her body in the freezer. He then collected her Social Security benefits until he died in 2010.

In all, he improperly collected $92,088 in federal Social Security benefits.

According to authorities, upon his death, Mr. Dunn’s sole asset of value was the condominium unit where he and his wife had resided. His heirs, who were unaware that he had concealed his wife’s death, agreed to waive their rights to inherit the condominium and to sell it.

Last Friday authorities announced that after paying the back taxes, sales costs, and amounts owed to the condominium association, the remaining sales proceeds of $15,743.14 were paid to the United States.

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