Prosecutors track down NEO parents accused of not paying thousands in child support

In a search to find wanted criminals, 19 News got the chance to show a behind the scenes effort to track down wanted criminals.

Prosecutors track down NEO parents accused of not paying thousands in child support
Child support investigators (Source: WOIO)

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - In a search to find wanted criminals, 19 News got the chance to show a behind the scenes effort to track down wanted criminals.

Investigators track down NEO parents accused of not paying thousands in child support

Investigators went door to door searching for parents who aren’t paying and owe money to the kids they should be supporting financially. These are moms and dads who haven’t paid child support in more than six months or owe more than $5,000.

“Our number one goal is to get people to pay their child support," explained Summit County Prosecutor, Sherri Bevan Walsh.

Tonight at 11 on 19 News, watch the exclusive investigation to see why investigators don’t take child support payments lightly.

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