Hoes in different area codes is one thing, but Ludacris never advised marriage. Baltimore County police are looking for a man who has wives across Maryland, but stood up a judge.
Deshawn W. Felipa, 43, of Millford Mill, skipped out on a court appearance appearance last week, and authorities don’t know where he is.
Felipa was convicted earlier this year of bigamy charges, which prevent people from more than one legal spouse at a time. He was scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 16, but was a no-show at the bench.
Felipa, who changed his name from Deshawn Grant Valentine earlier this year, was found out by one wife in 2012. She told police that she discovered her husband had a second wife. Police then conducted an investigation and found discovered that he was married to more women.
Police said Felipa was married to “at least” five other women, indicating there could be wives they haven’t yet discovered.
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