For you folks in the City of Marshall who may have forgotten about paying for a speeding ticket or not appearing in court, you may have an arrest warrant. Now is the time to get it paid before you're picked up.
Well, if you been procrastinating, you might want to get busy on getting your warrants taken care of because you have until the end of the month of April to get them knocked out or risk going to the pokey if you get stopped.
The City of Tyler Police Department will be working with other law enforcement agencies throughout the month of March in a statewide warrant sweep. This sweep will begin Saturday, March 1st and will unite local agencies as they make arrests and collect fines for outstanding warrants. You can beat the system though!
If you've been neglecting to pay court fines, fees, or take care of outstanding tickets, consider this your heads-up. Smith County is warning individuals to check and see if they have any warrants to avoid getting arrested during the warrant roundup that will take place in early March.