City Marshal’s Office will begin Fall Warrant Roundup Saturday

City Marshal’s Office will begin Fall Warrant Roundup Saturday

Law enforcement officers want you to know: if you have an outstanding warrant in the City of Dallas they’re coming for you. The Warrant Roundup campaign kicks off Saturday.

Officers will focus on arresting persons with unpaid traffic and non-traffic citations and warrants pending before the Dallas Municipal Court. Officers are encouraging citizens who have citations to pay them now and avoid being arrested during Saturday’s roundup.

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“We really want citizens who have outstanding warrants to get them taken care of now, before we show up at their door” said Chief Deputy Marshal Paul Hansen. “We’d rather people just pay their tickets in person or online now so that our officers won’t have to take official action against them.”

Offenders who are delinquent in satisfying their City of Dallas warrants could find a hold placed on renewal of their vehicle registration with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (Scofflaw Program), be denied renewal of their driver’s license, and face arrest and jail time.

Persons with outstanding citations in the City of Dallas can pay in person at 2014 Main St. between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday between 8 a.m. and 12 noon (wheelchair access is at 2014 Main Street). Citations may also be paid online at

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