For people who have outstanding warrants for unpaid fines or tickets, failure to resolve them may result in an arrest. A traffic stop for someone with an outstanding warrant could also result in vehicle impoundment, which would result in substantial towing and storage fees.
Anyone with an unpaid ticket is encouraged to voluntarily take care of the ticket—so that an arrest can be avoided. Appearing voluntarily at this time will not result in an arrest. For anyone who is unable to pay a ticket should contact the court to discuss a payment plan, community service, or other options.
The roundup ends March 15.
To view a current list of outstanding warrants, check this list from the city Of Grapevine Municipal Court. The Grapevine Court is located at 307 W. Dallas Road, Grapevine.
In an effort to assist those with outstanding warrants to avoid an arrest, on Wednesday, March 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Colleyville/Keller Municipal Court will conduct an open court docket for defendants with outstanding warrants to appear before the judge or prosecutor.
The open court docket will be conducted on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants will need to bring a picture identification. The court will work with you on a payment plan, community service, or other ways to settle outstanding warrants.
The Colleyville/Keller Municipal Court is located at 5201 Riverwalk Drive, Colleyville.
The Southlake Police Department will be sending out several teams of two officers. They will be serving warrants in cities across North Texas including Fort Worth, Irving and Arlington.
For more information, visit www.texaswarrantroundup.org