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Delinquent by one year on 1 of 2 cases. In fact, twice a month I send a money order with both cases numbers on the money order. Until a year ago, the $$ was split up, the we just found out they stopped splitting it up.I am all copies of all payments.
2nd allegation is I don't have an interlock on my house, not car, but house. THere is a requirement for me to have one on any car I own, but I don't own any and I have been ordered not to drive til 2021.
3rd. Failure to complete outpatient treatment for alcohol, which I have been doing for two years and the VA counselor sent two letters giving Texas updates on how I was doing.
A warrant has been issued, which my PO in KS is aware of. . this is the second time Texas has done this. The first time it was dropped fairly quickly. My PO is working through Interstate Compact and has reached the TX liaison who agrees there should be no warrant and he is equally baffled.
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