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Warrant Round Up to Begin in Taylor
TAYLOR, Texas – The City of Taylor Police Department is conducting a warrant round up through February and March of 2017.
Currently, there are 1,189 individuals listed on the outstanding warrants list. Henry Fluck, Chief of Police says, “The Taylor Police Department will be concentrating our efforts on clearing outstanding warrants and we will be aggressively pursuing those who avoid turning themselves in or paying the outstanding fees associated with their warrant.”
To avoid the embarrassment of being arrested at work or elsewhere in the city, individuals may do one of the following:
MAIL A MONEY ORDER TO THE COURT’S ADDRESS NOTED BELOW.
109 W. Fifth Street
Taylor, Texas 76574
Individuals who voluntarily take care of their outstanding warrants will not be arrested. Individuals should be prepared to pay fines and costs or post a bond if they wish to contest a case. To confirm the amount of a fine(s), individuals may call the court at 512-352-5977. If a person is unable to pay the total amount owed, they must appear at the court to see the judge.
The Municipal Court is open Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm. To assist customers in taking care of fines the court will be open until 6:30pm on February 16th, February 23rd, March 2nd, and March 3rd.