Former New York Comptroller and Forest Hills politician Alan Hevesi will return home Wednesday after spending 20 months in prison, the New York Daily News reported.
News of Hevesi's parole broke in November, after serving less than half of a possible four-year sentence for a pension fund scandal.
According to the Daily News report, Hevesi will live with his son, Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi, at his home in Forest Hills.
After his father was granted parole last month, the younger Hevesi said in a statement that he was relieved the family patriarch was returning home.
"My dad has owned and taken responsibility for his actions, he has been extensively punished for them, and now he and my entire family are closing the book on this part of our lives," Andrew Hevesi said.