HARRISBURG (AP) – Authorities say some 10,000 state prison inmates in PA fraudulently applied for unemployment compensation benefits meant for people who are jobless because of the pandemic. State and federal prosecutors announced charges against 33 people, describing those cases as the tip of the iceberg. Investigators say recorded calls between inmates and people outside prison have indicated the money was spent on such things as TVs, legal fees, rent, and jewelry. Charges were filed against inmates in the Greene, Fayette, and Forest State Prisons, along with inmates in local jails in Allegheny, Butler, Lawrence, Somerset, and Westmoreland Counties.