In North Carolina, it is reported that Cpl. A. E. Villalobos has little
problems with tracking down people who fail to adhere to the law. This
past weekend, Villalobos and 30 other officers participated in an annual
program known as Operation Child Support. During the program, officers
work tirelessly to track down fathers and mothers who are delinquent with their
child support payments.
According to Villalobos, when parents are finally caught, they tell officers
that "they have been paying their child support." They tend
to deny that they are behind.
This year, police were able to put 25 people in jail who were late on their
child support payments. Officers say that the arrests added up to $74,000
in bond payments over the weekend. Despite the many arrests that were
made, Villalobos says that the department still has 400 outstanding child
Sgt. Leonard Antonelli told news sources that delinquent child support
is, "quite a large problem." Officers plan to continue their
efforts to track down parents who are not paying their monthly support amounts.
If you are owed child support and would like to speak with a
Jacksonville family law attorney, now is the time to
contact Hutchinson Law and learn more about your options.