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Hunterdon Sheriff's Detectives Make Non-Support Arrest

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FLEMINGTON, NJ – Detectives from the Hunterdon County Sheriff’s Office recently arrested a man sought on three separate arrest warrants, according to a press release from Sheriff Fred Brown.

The warrants for Pablo Oviedo, who has no firm address, were for non-support, the release states, and were issued after Oviedo failed to make support payments to the custodial mothers of three children.

County detectives discovered that Oviedo was intermittently traveling between Newark, Irvington and East Orange. They contacted Orviedo’s relatives and found him on Thomas Boulevard in East Orange, where he was arrested.

Detectives brought Oviedo to Hunterdon Jail Intake, where he was held for a hearing in the Family Division of Superior Court.  

 

 

 

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