A message from St. Mary’s
County Sheriff Timothy K. Cameron about Child Support Violators
Parenting is a tremendous
responsibility. Unfortunately, far too many people shirk that responsibility
by refusing to provide even the most basic financial support for their
children. We at the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office are here to remind
parents that they must financially support their children. The law says it,
and we enforce it. To those parents who willfully neglect their court-ordered
child support payments, we will find you. And today we’re enlisting the
support of all citizens in bringing these “deadbeat” parents to justice.
Of the many current
outstanding warrants stemming from child support cases in St. Mary’s County,
the majority have been worked to exhaustion. We need your help finding these
people. By enlisting your cooperation, we hope to reduce this backlog
substantially and improve the quality of life for children in our county.
When a non-compliant parent is arrested, he or she may have to post a certain
dollar amount before he or she can leave jail; that amount will go toward
reducing the arrearage due to his or her children.
If you know the
whereabouts of the following parents who have failed to provide support for
their children, or have any information that may assist us in our location
efforts, please contact the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office at
301-475-4200 x1900. You may also call St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers at
301-475-3333. Callers to this number may be eligible for a reward of up to
$500 for information leading to the arrest of the pictured individuals. All
contacts will be considered confidential.
If you have any information concerning the
whereabouts of these individuals, contact St. Mary’s County Crime Solvers at
*As of April 29, 2009 these individuals were wanted by the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s
Office. The status of these individuals may change prior to publish date.
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