Fourteen deputies, including two K9 units, canvassed the towns of Norristown, Pottstown, Collegeville and Phoenixville as well as other areas of Berks and Chester counties with a list of 27 people who owed child support.
Montgomery County and Philadelphia officials conducted an overnight raid that resulted in multiple arrests.
The sheriff’s department has done early-morning sweeps, and they want the public to take a look at their Facebook and Twitter accounts to see who they’re looking for.
Armed with more than three dozen warrants, sheriff’s deputies in Montgomery County hit the streets early Tuesday morning looking for parents who owe thousands in back child support payments.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department spent the early morning hours of Monday trying to round up dead beat parents.
So far this week, two dozen people have turned themselves in to make arrangements to pay without fear of being arrested or sent to jail.
The Philadelphia Sheriff office, in coordination with Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties launched a city-wide sweep for deadbeat parents.