Faulkers, like everyone else in this country, are being booked into the county jail.
They are being held in lieu of being arrested.
The Faulker family, of Rockingham, was booked by a sheriff’s deputy in late February on charges of failing to pay child support and evading state taxes.
It was not immediately clear why they were being booked at this time.
Faulkers are in a state of shock and disbelief.
“My daughter is just like, ‘Oh, my God,'” she said.
“I don’t know what to do.
It’s just so crazy.”
A federal judge ruled last month that Faulks could not continue to receive child support from their mother.
The Faulking family has appealed the ruling.
A judge granted a temporary restraining order to stop Faulkins from paying child support.
The family appealed that ruling and is appealing the federal judge’s ruling.
Fauckers says she does not understand how the federal court’s ruling would apply to her.
“I mean, we just don’t understand what the judge meant by that,” she said, adding that she hopes the court will give her daughter more time to come up with a plan.
Faunkner County Sheriff’s OfficeDeputy Mike Mancini said the Fauckners have not filed a request for bail.
He said he is still trying to get the Faunks to answer some of the questions the sheriff’s office has on file.