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Great Texas Warrant Round-up Begins March 1

There are more than 12,000 outstanding tickets in Wichita County.
If you have one or more of the 12,000 unpaid tickets in the city, you'll want to take care of that within the next couple weeks.

Otherwise you'll be arrested.

That's the message local authorities are trying to get out before the Great Texas Warrant Round-up starts at the beginning of next month.

Notices are being mailed to those with active warrants which are mostly due to traffic violations or unpaid parking tickets.

Stan Horton, municipal court administrator, says, "Our goal is, for this next couple weeks, for the individuals to come in and take care of it. We have many ways that we can resolve the issues, if they'll contact us rather than be arrested."

For those warrants not taken care of during that time, authorities say they will be actively arresting those individuals from March 1 through March 9 no matter where they are.

Individuals can pay in person at the court, online at www.wichitafalls.gov (go to the Municipal Court webpage under Departments and then "Pay a Fine") or by mail to:

Wichita Falls Municipal Court
611 Bluff St
Wichita Falls, TX 76301
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