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To provide you with accurate information, could you please clarify these points:
1. $32,691.68 to State of CT (for M. Suponski) note: This was a previously married name.
2, 3, 4. Sent in June 2011 Via Trumbull, CT probate court District 144 directly to DAS ie. Department of Administrative Services. Phone XXX-XXX-XXXX Fax XXX-XXX-XXXX for care and support of Michael J. Krebbs from 2/23/1998 to 6/30/1999. CASE #XXXXXXX
5.NO other than as the single parent (father deceased but divorced in 1986 for severe spousal abuse ie. beating me. etc. Called all depts. said I was responsible for half of cost. NO ONE INFORMED ME IN 1998 THIS WAS TO HAPPEN! The school couldnt provide his needs. Why am I being the one responsible????? My biggest problem is I was never informed of any of this or I would not have agreed to this school. Michael is now 27 and still always being arrested. I had him arrested myself in the time period also he was sent away for theft from my business. I NEED THIS MONEY TO SURVIVE as stated in my original letter to you. This was a special needs minor at the time. Seymour is a small town that did not know how to handle him.
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