My daughter is dating a convicted felon romanian dating romance
The next day he called her at 4am from her house, she told him to leave, he wouldn't, we had to have the police remove him. confessed she had moved him into the house and he was over nighting with my children there (violating a court order)She also said she is collecting unemployment (claims she can't find work, which is b.s) and has recieved shut off notices for her utilities and was going to have social services pay them.
The next day i went to the court to try and get a PPO to keep him away from my kids, which was denied) at court I actually ran into her and Mike. I ran his name through the court explorer to see what he was there for, he was there pleading guilty to felonious assault and domestic violence.
He cites this experience as generating his lifelong commitment to redeem himself and to work for change in the lives of street youth.
The person you are looking to date may not be a better person because they are a criminal, but they could be a better person because of the way addressing their crime has made them to become.2. There are people who commit crimes who do not know that they are committing a crime at the time.
I rushed over and picked up the kids, fearing for there safety, and my ex also wanted to come with.
In the car she confessed she is aware this man is collecting disability for being mentally ill.
Our current parenting schedule, I have them 4 days a week. She has also refused to pay any of our bills (all in my name), and in the 3 weeks it took me to shutoff her cell phone (until she got her own, I was being nice), she wracked up a 975$$ bill. She has sold one of our marital cars, pawned a 5000$$ diamond for 500$$, and sold other joint assets. Getting a third-party in there to assess the situation will do one of two things; put your fears to rest as they are in a safe environment or CPS could petition to the court to consider an adjustment to custody or possibly take the children into protective custody. As for the full physical custody..won't happen unless the court knows the current environment the children are living in is dangerous. Your fight is not with him, it's with your ex and her poor decisions she's making. IMO, he sounds very unstable and possibly dangerous. I have copies of his arrest records, I have the police incident report from when they had to come and remove him from the house. where she talks about meeting him in AA, and emails stating her continuing desire to have him around the kids. Not sure if the emails will hold up as solidly as an arrest record or incident reports though... Work the system...that's what it's there has 1 robbery for which he served 5 years in prison, he has 3 felony cocaine convictions spanning 10 years, the latest of which was about a year ago, he absconded from probation 2x from this charge, 1 marijuana conviction, and his latest charge he just pled guilty on 8/17/2011 to domestic violence and Felonious assault, he threatened his ex girlfriend with a knife.
But now I want full physical custody with her having no overnights. My daughter, 4, has now told me today she has another guy coming over to the house. A judge would take very seriously a concern risen by CPS. I have copies of his arrest records, I have the police incident report from when they had to come and remove him from the house. where she talks about meeting him in AA, and emails stating her continuing desire to have him around the kids. My wife in a recent email talked about how "he didn't even TRY and stab her with the knife" like she was defending his actions somehow.
I don't see how it would be possible he isn't sentenced to some sort of jail/prison time, but according to my ex. I am the only person she has ever been with that is the same age as her.
There are programs that attempt rehabilitation of criminals or for some just the experience of dealing with their crime is enough to make lasting change.