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Great Texas Warrant Roundup

If you have any outstanding warrants in Wichita Falls or Wichita County, authorities are urging you to take care of them before March 1st.  This is when the Great Texas Roundup will begin. 

If you have outstanding warrants, such as traffic violations, or unpaid parking tickets, you should voluntarily take care of them now so you don’t get arrested during the roundup. 

Notices have been mailed to people in Wichita Falls who have active warrants.  Residents can appear in person at the Municipal Court on Bluff, call the court at (940) 761-7880, or by paying by mail or online.
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