Parents who refuse to pay child support arrested in D.C., Maryland and Virginia

December 1997
Jet;12/08/97, Vol. 93 Issue 3, p13
Reports on the arrest of nearly 200 parents in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia for failing to pay child support. Details of the joint operation that linked sherriff's deputites from the three areas in order to avoid any problems created by borders; Statistics relative to the degree of child support default in the three areas.


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