Grayson County SO to participate in “Great Warrant Round Up” next month


The Grayson County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging residents with warrants or outstanding fines and court costs to “pay now to avoid arrest.”

The Sheriff’s Office will be joining more than 300 law enforcement agencies around the state by participating in the “Great Texas Warrant Round Up” next month. The last day to pay to avoid arrest is Feb. 28, said Grayson County Sherrif’s Office Sgt. Sarah Bingham.

“Contact the entity that you have an outstanding balance or warrant with to find out more details about how warrants can be satisfied to avoid arrest,” Bingham said. “We will be attempting warrants very soon at work, school or home.”

 

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