If you don't want to be caught with a warrant outstanding, here's a good deal for you.
Starting Monday until October 24, College Station and Brazos County justices of the peace will have a warrant amnesty period. Those with outstanding warrants can avoid paying a $50 fee.
Pay up now, because a warrant round-up will begin on October 27.
Contact these offices if you have questions about outstanding warrants:
City of College Station Municipal Court
Precinct 1, Justice of the Peace Mike McCleary
12845 FM 2154, Suite 180, College Station
Precinct 2, Place 1 Justice of the Peace Vera Hooge
200 S. Texas Avenue, Ste. 126, Bryan
Precinct 2, Place 2 Justice of the Peace Tommie Munoz
200 South Texas Avenue, Suite 114, Bryan
Precinct 3, Justice of the Peace George Boyett
100 Anderson, College Station
Precinct 4, Justice of the Peace Ramiro Quintero
206 N. Washington, Bryan
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