Wanted for Child Support Delinquency, Nov. 8

The Cook County Sheriff has arrest warrants out for these accused "deadbeat dads"—and one mom—in the south suburbs.

Child support warrants are most often filed when a person neglects to pay child support bills, according to Cook County Sheriff's Office representatives.

However, warrants may also be issued in other cases, such as when a person doesn't report to a police department to provide a required DNA sample or when he or she doesn't notify authorities of salary increases.

The following child support warrants were listed by the Cook County Sheriff's Office as of Nov. 7:

Oak Forest

Christopher Dillon, 41, had $62,677.00 in child support payments racked up as of Nov. 7. His last known address was on the 16500 block of Barton Lane in Oak Forest.


Authorities say Raymond Kluth, 51, owes $40,939.48 in child support payments. His last known address is on the 18300 block of Martin Avenue in Homewood. 

Chicago Heights

  • Sheriff's deputies list Adrian Durden, 42, as owing $72,854.10 in child support payments. His last known address is on the 900 block of E. 17th Street in Chicago Heights. 
  • Katrina Johnson, 41, owes $11,322 in child support. Her last known address is on the 200 block of E. 24th Street.

November is Child Support Awareness Month in Cook County. According to the county, 60 percent of all child support cases in Illinois are in Cook County. For more information, visit the state child support services website.

If you have a tip on a fugitive's whereabouts, call 708-865-4902 or email fugitive.warrants@cookcountyil.gov. The sheriff's department advises you should not try to apprehend anyone yourself.

June Whitehand November 08, 2012 at 01:32 PM
Exactly how does arresting them for non-payment assist the custodial parent in collecting the payments?
SouthSide November 08, 2012 at 06:26 PM
It doesn't. BUT they have committed a crime by not paying child support and so their incarceration is completely justified. Perhaps it will send a message to other parents. If you cannot afford to raise them, don't make them.


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