2014 Great Texas Warrant Roundup

Law enforcement agencies all across TX joined together to actively serve outstanding arrest warrants. The Dallas City Marshall’s Office again joined the annual state-wide effort.

The Warrant Roundup Started March 1st. The mission of the roundup was to reduce the number of outstanding warrants throughout the state. Law enforcement officers were arresting anyone who had unpaid citations that have gone to warrant.

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Offenders who have not resolved their warrants are subject to having a hold placed on the renewal of their vehicle registration. They are also subject to having their driver license renewals denied, and being arrested and jailed. a hold being placed on the renewal of their vehicle registration with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (Scofflaw Program) or being arrested and jailed. In Dallas and other cities, drivers may also be subject to denial of their driver’s license renewal.

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