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Do YOU Owe Money for Failing to Pay Child Support in Rutherford County? You Could Go To Jail!

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A lot of people in Rutherford County owe money for child support. In fact, one of the biggest problems in what has been called “Family Court” in Rutherford County deals with child support. Juvenile Court Magistrate Adam Dodd told WGNS…


WGNS checked into child support payments owed by residents in Rutherford County and found that one resident on Neptune Court in Smyrna owes over $35,000 in child support while another on Eventide Drive in Murfreesboro owes close to $37,000. One man on East Chestnut Street in Murfreesboro owes almost $50,000. He faces the charge of “Non Support of a Parent.”

It is important to note that it is not just fathers on the list for failing to pay child support. WGNS found that several women are also wanted by the long arm of the law for failing to pay child support in Rutherford County.

The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department lists those who owe child support on their mobile app that is available on the iPhone and the Android Phone. The names on their list include the following:

Charles T. Yancy allegedly owes $35, 906.50 – Attachment order

Susan L. Davies allegedly owes $8,122.00 – Attachment order

Russell M. Hugle allegedly owes $36,692.26 – Attachment order

Maurice L. McCord allegedly owes $22,527.30 – Attachment order

Vincent L. Crandol allegedly owes $31,281.48 – Attachment order

Michael J. Wassner allegedly owes $8,022.74 – Attachment order

Oshea M. Owens allegedly owes $14,725.48 – Attachment order

Crystal G. Tomlin allegedly owes $4,845 – Attachment order (AKA Crystal Gail Velotta)

Robert J. Davis, Jr. allegedly owes $9,788.88 – Attachment order

Antonio Malon allegedly owes $49, 246.61 – Nonsupport of Parent -3808


Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office
Rutherford County Juvenile Court Magistrate Adam Dodd

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