Flooring business owner charged with felony failure to pay child support

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An Anchorage grand jury has indicted Matthew Todd Dumlao, 33, on one felony count of failure to pay child support for two of his children, according to state prosecutors. Dumlao allegedly owes over $90,000 in back child support, according to the Alaska attorney general’s office.

Alaska Custom Floors, LLC – owned by Dumlao -- was also indicted on one felony count of aiding the nonpayment of child support in the first degree.

Alaska law requires employers to report the income earned by its employees to the Child Support Services Division. Prosecutors allege that Alaska Custom Floors intentionally failed to supply Dumlao’s income to the Child Support Services Division in order to evade his child support obligation.

Dumlao faces a sentence of up to five years in prison and a fine of $50,000 if convicted. Alaska Custom Floors, LLC faces a fine of up to $1 million.