CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - You may have never met Anngelea Chisholm, but you probably know many moms who are in her shoes. Chisholm is owed more than $50,000 in unpaid child support from her son's father.
There is a warrant out in Charleston County for the arrest of 44-year-old James Cassidy Jones III.
"He actually disappeared the night before I gave birth and I haven't seen him since," Chisholm said.
Carrie Dekker is also owed about $50,000 in unpaid child support.
Dorchester County deputies have a warrant out for the arrest of her son's father, 32 year old Richard White. Dekker says White walked out on her right after the child was born and said he would pay child support.
"He agreed to it all, signed the paperwork, said he would do it and never paid a dime," Dekker said.
Eliza Gossett is in a similar situation. The father of her son owes more than $7,000 in unpaid child support. There is a warrant out in Berkeley County for the arrest of 24 year old Cory Haan.
"We lost everything and then he was like I'm going to the store. Do you want anything at the store and he never came back," Gossett said."It kind of makes me mad because I didn't make this child by myself."
Chisholm says it's been a struggle for her and her son.
"It still is to this day. He's almost 18. I could be thinking about college right now, but we'll get there."
Gossett says Haan's refusal to pay child support is affecting her four year old son's health.
"He's very asthmatic, he needs medication, so it would help a lot if he would pay."
Dekker says her now 12 year old son deserves dollars from his dad.
"I had him but I didn't have him alone. You had him with me, so why do I have to be the only one taking care of him."
Chisholm says she doesn't care if she never sees James Jones again. She just wants him to pay her son the court ordered cash or go to jail.
"My son deserves everything that his father owes him."
Gossett has a similar message for Cory Haan.
"I want justice. I want him to pay for what he's done."
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of any of the men listed should call Crime Stoppers at (843) 554-1111.