Authorities in Georgia was a wild man on Wednesday after saying that he allegedly racked up more than $30,000 in unpaid child support.
(Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office)
Authorities in Georgia was a wild man on Wednesday after claiming that he racked up more than $30,000 in unpaid child support.
Turning to the public for help, the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office posted a photo of Michael Glenn Hovis, 40, on Facebook, and said that the Duluth police were looking for him because of an alleged probation violation and “an insult of the Court is responsible for the timely payment of child support.”
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Pointing to the tens of thousands of dollars allegedly owed, the sheriff’s office said they are “certain that his children will appreciate any information you can give to help us find him, because they want to eat and keep a roof over their head.”
Along with a phone number, authorities concluded the post by offering Hovis a few words of advice.
“The lord Hovis, if you see this message you should consider yourself in” the sheriff’s office wrote. “It is never too late to start doing the right things.”