Michael D. Hall Arrested on Outstanding Warrant for Non-Support of a Dependent Child

Michael D. Hall is currently being held on a $51,794.00 cash only bond in the Floyd County Jail for the offense of Non-Support of a Dependent Child, a Class C Felony.

After extensive efforts by Floyd County Prosecutor’s Office Investigator Wayne Kessinger, Hall was arrested by Officer Kelly Brown of the New Albany Police Department.

Prosecutor Keith Henderson commended the work of both Kessinger and Brown, noting their diligence and  the determination needed to capture an individual who has evaded apprehension since charges were filed against him in March 2005.

“This has been long in coming. The message here is that we will continue to pursue individuals who blatantly do not support their children,” said Henderson.

Non-Support of a Dependent as a Class C Felony carries a penalty range of two to eight years imprisonment and fines of up to $10,000.

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