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TAYLOR, Texas – The City
of Taylor Police Department is conducting a warrant round up through
February and March of 2019.
Currently, there are
3,344 individuals listed on the outstanding warrants list. Henry Fluck,
Chief of Police says, “The Taylor Police Department will be heavily
concentrating efforts on clearing pending warrants and 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 pay their fine by one of the following:
• MAIL A MONEY ORDER TO THE COURT’S ADDRESS NOTED
• PUT A MONEY ORDER IN THE COURT’S DROP BOX AT THE
ADDRESS NOTED BELOW.
• APPEAR AT THE COURT AND PAY BY CASH CREDIT CARD OR
• PAY ON-LINE ON THE COURT’S WEBSITE.
109 W. Fifth Street
Taylor, Texas 76574
Individuals who voluntarily take care of case(s), 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 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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: Extended hours during warrant roundup
listed below: February 5th, 6th, 11th, 12, 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th from 8:00
a.m. – 7:00 p.m.