ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A Kenai grand jury indicted an Anchorage man on charges that he provided false information to avoid paying child support.
Christopher Kim Coleman, 41, was indicted Friday on four felony counts and six misdemeanors. The felonies consist of using a false name and false Social Security number on employment records. He faces six misdemeanors for allegedly failing to pay child support and providing false information.
Coleman owes $117,208 in back child support for three children, according to the state Child Support Enforcement Division. His payments have totaled $7,035.
The state also filed misdemeanor charges against Coleman for allegedly providing false information on his 1997 driver's license application and using a false name on a 1998 application for a state of Alaska identification card.
An arrest warrant for Coleman was issued Monday.
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