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Warrant Roundup Starting in March

Citizens who have outstanding warrants in Wichita Falls, and throughout Wichita County, are encouraged to take care of them before the Great Texas Warrant Roundup begins Sunday, March 1st. 

This is the ninth year for the State of Texas to hold the Warrant Roundup, the largest in the nation.

During the next several weeks, citizens who have outstanding warrants, due to traffic violations, unpaid parking tickets or higher charges, have a chance to voluntarily take care of their legal issues so they can avoid being arrested during the "Roundup" at home, work or school.

Notices have been mailed to individuals in the City of Wichita Falls who have active warrants. During the next two weeks these individuals are encouraged to appear in person at the Municipal Court, or contact the Court by calling (940)761-7880, to clear up their outstanding warrant. Individuals can pay in person at the Municipal Court, online (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 7630
 

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