Saturday, August 18, 2001

Unpaid child support totals $427,000




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        George Dale Murray, 60, of Speedwell, Tenn., was found guilty Friday of having the biggest unpaid child support bill in Hamilton County's family law history.

        That bill totals $427,800 and is for the period of April 1998 to April 2000, according to Hamilton County prosecutors.

        A jury convicted him of failing to provide adequate support to his 7-year-old daughter, who lives with an aunt and uncle in Harrison. He will be sentenced Sept. 7 by Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Arthur Ney. He faces one year in prison.

        Mr. Murray's monthly child support bill is $8,600. He told prosecutors that he didn't pay because of economic downturns.

       



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