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Vicksburg man ordered to pay thousands in backed up child support

Photo courtesy of the Attorney General's office

Alan Wayne Osborne, 57, of Vicksburg, was sentenced last week to pay $40,925.00 in back child support after failing to make payments for nearly two years, announced Attorney General Jim Hood.

Osborne pleaded guilty and was sentenced Thursday before Warren County Circuit Court Judge James Chaney. He was also sentenced to five years in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, with five years suspended, and seven years supervised probation under the non-adjudication statute. He was ordered to pay a $100 investigative fee to the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office and a $100 assessment to the Crime Victim Compensation Fund.

Osborne turned himself in to authorities on July 12 after being indicted by a Warren County grand jury in May on one count of felony non-support of a child.

“This prosecution shows our office’s commitment to Mississippi’s children,” said General Hood. “Children need the support of both parents, and I thank Judge Chaney for requiring this man to pay back what he legally owes his child.”

This case was prosecuted by Special Assistant Attorney General Kimberly Purdie with the AG’s Child Desertion Unit.

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