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Man arrested for owing $250,000 in child support

Child support is an important part of a child's life. Each parent has to support their own home, and there has to be a place for the child as well.

When one parent has primary custody, it is typical for the other to pay child support and have visitation. Failing to pay child support is a serious offense, and it's one that can lead to an arrest and time in jail.

Take, for example, this case out of Albany. A man from Delmar has been charged for failing to pay around $250,000 in child support. He was arrested in Southbury, Connecticut, after the police exercised a warrant.

The 56-year-old man was arrested by the Connecticut State Police and marked a fugitive. He had to be extradited to New York, where he was then sent without the possibility of bail.

In Albany County, the sheriff reported that the man was a con artist who had a long history with the authorities. He allegedly schemed residents out of money, and local agencies wanted to find him to charge him for grand larceny.

Failing to pay child support or committing other crimes can quickly lead to charges that land you in jail. If you are seeking child support from the other parent or are being falsely accused of not paying, you deserve to have your case heard. Your child deserves the chance to grow up in a supportive environment with the financial aid that they need to go to school, get medical care and live a comfortable lifestyle.

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