Here's a way for people with outstanding warrants to keep some cash in your pocket.
College Station, Bryan and Brazos County will have another warrant amnesty period starting Monday through February 27.
Citizens will avoid having to pay the $50 warrant fee if fines are paid in full.
From March 2-13, law enforcers will conduct a "warrant roundup," and anyone who failed to pay their fines will be arrested.
If you are unsure whether you have any outstanding warrants, call the offices listed below:
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
Bryan Municipal Court Administrator Hilda Cuthbertson
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