Deputies arrest eleven parents

April 13, 1993

The Anne Arundel editions of The Sun reported incorrectly Tuesday that 11 county residents had been arrested last weekend on charges of failing to pay court-ordered child support. In fact, one of the 11, Kimberly Davis of Glen Burnie, was charged with failure to appear in court. The erroneous information was supplied by the Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Department.

The Sun regrets the error.

The Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Office arrested 11 people over the weekend for allegedly failing to pay court-ordered child support.

The weekend arrests bring to 32 the number of people arrested on that charge this month, including seven women.

Between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. Saturday, deputy sheriffs served 11 arrest warrants.

Sheriff Robert G. Pepersack said that many of the parents' children receive public assistance because they are not getting their court-ordered payments.


Those arrested for allegedly failing to pay were Tyrone Powell, 21, of Heindon Court, Brooklyn; Kimberly Davis, 27, of Americana Circle, Glen Burnie; Howard Warfield, 33, of Driftwood Court, Arnold; Sidney Norfolk, 36, of Round Bay Road, Severna Park; Kimberly Lucke, 21, of Hunt Ridge, Pasadena; Richard Scrionor, 25, of Overhill Road, Glen Burnie; Chad Lane, 26, of Crain Highway, Glen Burnie; Garland Cox Jr., 28, of Ridgewick Road, Glen Burnie; Anthony Banks, 24, of Bruton Drive, Glen Burnie; Evelyn Jones, 25, of Dale Road, Glen Burnie; and Dean Eduvigen, 36, of Curtis Avenue, Glen Burnie.

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