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The City of Taylor Police Department will conduct a Warrant Round-Up starting in February and continuing through March. Individuals who owe outstanding fines or other fees should consider making payment to avoid an arrest. Currently there are names of 1,685 individuals on the Outstanding Warrants list.
“The Taylor Police Department will be assigning Police Officers to concentrate their efforts on clearing pending warrants, and will be aggressively pursuing those who avoid turning themselves in or paying the outstanding fees associated with their warrants,” said Taylor Police Chief Henry Fluck.
Individuals may pay their fines by any of the following methods:
Individuals who voluntarily take care of cases will not be arrested. Those persons should be prepared to pay fines and costs or post a bond if they wish to contest a case. To confirm the amount owed, individuals may call Municipal Court at 512-352-5977. If a person is unable to pay the total owed, he or she must appear in court to see the judge.
Municipal Court is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.