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Pizza boxes with wanted posters

Star Tribune

Customers at some suburban pizza parlors in Cincinnati are getting wanted posters for parents accused of failing to pay child support. The idea is from Cynthia Brown, executive director of the Butler County Child Enforcement Agency, while she was ordering pizza. Other Ohio counties put posters on their Web sites and work with local Crime Stoppers programs, and a few contract with companies that can track people through rental and cell phone records, according to the Ohio Child Support Directors Association. Brown said her agency tries to work with parents by trying to help them find work and seeks most payments through civil court.