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Wanted for Child Support Delinquency, March 30

The Cook County Sheriff has arrest warrants out for these accused "deadbeat dads" in the south suburbs.

The following warrants for failure to provide child support were listed by the Cook County Sheriff's Office as of March 29:

Homewood

Raymond Kluth, 51, of the 18300 block of Martin Ave., in Homewood owes $40,939.48 in child support payments.

Flossmoor

Anthony Winston, 44, of the 800 block of Maple Road in Flossmoor owes $41,027.33. 

Orland Park

The last known address listed for Larry Multon Jr., 35, is in the 8600 block of West 167th Street in Orland Park, according to county records. He owes a total of $37,676.59 in child support payments.

Orland Hills

Sheriff's deputies list Kenneth Powers, 29, as most recently living in the 15900 block of South Haven Avenue in Orland Hills. His child support tally as of March 29 was up to $3,038.00.

Chicago Heights

Adrian Durden, 42, had $72,854.10 in child support payments racked up as of March 29. His last known address was in the 900 block of East 17th Street in Chicago Heights.

Oak Forest

Authorities have also listed Christopher Dillon, 40, of the 16500 block of Barton Lane in Oak Forest, as being delinquent on child support payments. He owes $62,677.00.

If you have a tip on their whereabouts, call 708-865-4902 or email fugitive.warrants@cookcountyil.gov. The sheriff's department says you should not try to apprehend anyone yourself.

Sara Waters April 02, 2012 at 01:38 PM
Zula - No one is happy when it comes to divorce. I know more divorced men than women and they are plenty bitter. I don't think I have ever met someone to jumped and cheered their family is not together.
Lauren Traut April 03, 2012 at 04:28 AM
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Steven Glass April 04, 2012 at 03:22 AM
When I was paying support, I remember times when I had like $3 left for gas for the week. On those weeks, I would have to use vacation days to stay home so I wouldn't have to drive thus save gas on my 4-cylinder car. I eagerly looked forward to Wednesdays and 1 weekend a month to see my child. Times were very rough but God held my hand and with his help, I made it through.
Carrie A. April 04, 2012 at 04:30 AM
http://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/2012/01/13/an-estimated-50000-persons-are-kept-in-jail-or-in-prison-on-any-given-day-in-the-u-s-for-child-support-arrears/ “…an estimated 50,000 persons are kept in jail or in prison on any given day in the U.S. for child s pjmedia.com I was working on some continuing education articles today on legal issues and came across the case of Turner vs. Rogers that I thought would be of interest to readers here. In this case (which exami
Erik September 24, 2012 at 03:26 PM
I am all paid up on child support but the sdu says I owe 7500. And I have been trying for over a year to contact them with no luck. Sit on hold for 45min and they hang up or just hang up right away...call back later. Yet they keep charging interest. My ex agrees I am current but that doesn't seem to matter. Had to hire a lawyer and she got no where either. The lawyer contacted the attorney generals office but they said they are to busy to deal with it. I have been divorce for ten years and that was the first notice I received claiming I owe anything. Again the interest keeps adding up from ten years ago. I am at a loss and I can't even file my tax return because I got a letter saying they are going to keep it and possibly suspend my drivers license etc. Any recomendations on what I can do?

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