Facebook used to charge father with failure to pay child support
Once again, Facebook was used to garner evidence against someone committing a crime. This time, it was a father who was three years behind in paying child support, which amounted to $5,400. Police were able to get a warrant to look at his page, which was initially set to private.
“With the pictures as evidence that Robinson had funds to pay for child support, an arrest warrant was issued for Robinson. If Robinson is eventually found guilty for failure to pay child support as well as other charges, he could face up to eleven years in prison.”