South Carolina Father Arrested for Violating Custody Order By Removing Children From State (and Keeping Them Beyond His Allowed Timesharing)

South Carolina Father has visitation with his Children. The parenting order clearly states that Father is required to exercise his visitation within the state of South Carolina (in fact, within the county).

So what does Father do?

Father takes Children to Alabama to visit with relatives – and fails to return Children when ordered to do so.

The consequence?

Alabama law enforcement officers arrest Father on two counts of traveling out of state with a child in violation of a child custody order. And the Children are taken into child protective custody in Alabama.

Father is transferred to jail in South Carolina.

The violated custody and visitation order isn’t even three months old.

Father is off to a good start.

Read more in this SC Now article: Florence man arrested in child custody case.