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US ‘wanted deadbeat’ owing more than $500K in child support captured in Alberta

A man on the run for nearly 20 years for failing to pay child support south of the border has been arrested in Alberta after police said he tried to scam a Calgary restaurant owner.

Joseph Stroup, known in Alberta as “Joop Cousteau,” was located in Calgary and returned to the U.S. after he was detained by border officials earlier this month, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

LISTEN: Scott Winograd on helping to catch “wanted deadbeat” Joseph Stroup

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U.S. ‘wanted deadbeat’ owing more than $500K in child support …

A man on the run for nearly 20 years for failing to pay child support south of the border has been arrested in Alberta after police said he tried to scam a Calgary restaurant owner.

Joseph Stroup, known in Alberta as “Joop Cousteau,” was located in Calgary and returned to the U.S. after he was detained by border officials earlier this month, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

LISTEN: Scott Winograd on helping to catch “wanted deadbeat” Joseph Stroup

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The government said his overdue

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America’s most wanted deadbeat dad arrested in Calgary

After eluding authorities for nearly 20 years, a man believed to be America’s most wanted deadbeat dad is behind bars, thanks to a cherry pit and the investigative efforts of a Bearspaw, Alta. restaurateur.

Joseph Stroup — who had been living under the name Joop Cousteau — was detained by the Canadian Border Services Agency and transported to the U.S. on Feb. 15. He is currently in custody to stand trial on charges of violating child support.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website, Stroup owes more than $560,000 in child support.

In 1989, he was ordered to pay $100 a month for his four children, but he told the court he was unemployed and medically unable to work, so the payments were reduced to $14 a month.

But in 1996, the U.S. court learned

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UPDATED: Jamaican fugitive wanted in US captured in Kingston

A Jamaican man who was reportedly on the run from New Jersey law enforcement authorities in the United States for 13 years, was captured in Kingston on Tuesday.

Forty-eight-year-old Davey Scott, a fugitive of Bergen County in New Jersey, was reportedly captured by US Marshalls.

According to a report from acting Bergen County Prosecutor, Dennis Calo, Scott has been living and working as a disc jockey under the name ‘DJ Tallman’.

Scott was listed in the Bergen County database as a Most Wanted accused drug dealer, who they said tried to run over a police detective.

Detectives from Calo’s office, along with the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and the US Marshal’s Regional Fugitive Task Force, had been searching for Scott since he skipped bail in January 2004.

New Jersey law enforcement authorities say Scott was living in East Orange when he sold more than 25 pounds of marijuana to an undercover detective in Franklin Lakes.

As officers reportedly moved

Read More at: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20180125/updated-jamaican-fugitive-wanted-us-captured-kingston

UPDATED: Jamaican fugitive wanted in US captured in Kingston …

A Jamaican man who was reportedly on the run from New Jersey law enforcement authorities in the United States for 13 years, was captured in Kingston on Tuesday.

Forty-eight-year-old Davey Scott, a fugitive of Bergen County in New Jersey, was reportedly captured by US Marshalls.

According to a report from acting Bergen County Prosecutor, Dennis Calo, Scott has been living and working as a disc jockey under the name ‘DJ Tallman’.

Scott was listed in the Bergen County database as a Most Wanted accused drug dealer, who they said tried to run over a police detective.

Detectives from Calo’s office, along with the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and the US Marshal’s Regional Fugitive Task Force, had been searching for Scott since he skipped bail in January 2004.

New Jersey law enforcement authorities say Scott was living in East Orange when he sold more than 25 pounds of marijuana to an undercover detective in Franklin Lakes.

As officers reportedly moved

Read More at: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20180125/updated-jamaican-fugitive-wanted-us-captured-kingston

Judge orders extradition for Jamaican on the run from US authorities

A Jamaican man who was reportedly on the run from New Jersey law enforcement authorities in the United States for 13 years, was captured in Kingston on Tuesday.

Forty-eight-year-old Davey Scott, a fugitive of Bergen County in New Jersey, was reportedly captured by US Marshalls.

According to a report from acting Bergen County Prosecutor, Dennis Calo, Scott has been living and working as a disc jockey under the name ‘DJ Tallman’.

Scott was listed in the Bergen County database as a Most Wanted accused drug dealer, who they said tried to run over a police detective.

Detectives from Calo’s office, along with the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and the US Marshal’s Regional Fugitive Task Force, had been searching for Scott since he skipped bail in January 2004.

New Jersey law enforcement authorities say Scott was living in East Orange when he sold more than 25 pounds of marijuana to an undercover detective in Franklin Lakes.

As officers reportedly moved

Read More at: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20180125/judge-orders-extradition-jamaican-run-us-authorities

Chester County Asst. DA on prosecution of Barry Baker Jr.: ‘It was quite a punch’



west chester Just one punch.

That is all it took to turn Barry Robert Baker Jr. from an anonymous ex-convict living a quiet life below the radar in his native Chester County into a symbol of hatred and bullying against disabled people across the nation, now facing the very real impact of being confined for at least three years, and perhaps more, of his life inside the barred cells and wire fences of a state correctional institution.

On May 9, 2017, Baker was just another 29-year-old self-employed landscaping contractor with a girlfriend, bills

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The case of Barry Baker Jr. & one blow: ‘It was quite a punch’



west chester Just one punch.

That is all it took to turn Barry Robert Baker Jr. from an anonymous ex-convict living a quiet life below the radar in his native Chester County into a symbol of hatred and bullying against disabled people across the nation, now facing the very real impact of being confined for at least three years, and perhaps more, of his life inside the barred cells and wire fences of a state correctional institution.

On May 9, 2017, Baker was just another 29-year-old self-employed landscaping contractor with a girlfriend, bills

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Asst. DA on case of Barry Baker Jr.: ‘It was quite a punch’



west chester Just one punch.

That is all it took to turn Barry Robert Baker Jr. from an anonymous ex-convict living a quiet life below the radar in his native Chester County into a symbol of hatred and bullying against disabled people across the nation, now facing the very real impact of being confined for at least three years, and perhaps more, of his life inside the barred cells and wire fences of a state correctional institution.

On May 9, 2017, Baker was just another 29-year-old self-employed landscaping contractor with a girlfriend, bills

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