SAN ANTONIO — There are only days left to take care of outstanding warrants through the municipal court before officers start tracking down offenders and making arrests at home and work.
For the past two weeks, the Frank D. Wing Municipal Court and the San Antonio Police Department have partnered with more than 320 municipalities to help promote the closure of outstanding warrants across Texas.
Check your outstanding warrants by going to this website.
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Individuals with Class C misdemeanor violations will have until Sunday to resolve said warrants. Those warrants include offenses such as hands-free violations and speeding tickets.
Starting Monday, officers will enforce these warrants, making arrests and taking people before a judge.
Anyone with outstanding traffic warrants have a couple of options to pay their citations, including:
-Going online here.
-Pay by mail to Municipal Court, 401 S. Frio, San Antonio, Texas 78207
-Pay in person at Frank D. Wing Municipal Court building at 401 S. Frio St. There will be free parking at the court during the three-week period.
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SAPD Assistant Chief Anthony Treviño said the court has primarily seen a large amount of speeding and hands-free citations being given out, but there are numerous other types of citations that have yet to be resolved.
Last year during the warrant event, more than 21,000 outstanding citations were resolved, Treviño said.
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