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Grayson County Warrant Roundup

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GRAYSON COUNTY, TX --If you have a warrant out for your arrest, now is the time to settle with the courts. 16 Grayson County law enforcement agencies are participating in a warrant round-up and arresting all persons with outstanding warrants. Deeda Payton reports.

The theme for this year's roundup is don't risk spending the holidays in jail. Take care of warrants, tickets, fines and court costs now.

The Grayson County Sheriff's Office announced today that law enforcement agencies across the county will be out arresting all residents with outstanding warrants whether it be at their home, work or school.

This is the third year that the county has held such a large warrant round-up and this year the sheriff's office says there is over one-million dollars that is owed by offenders in Grayson County. So if you don't want to be embarrassed, now is the time to pay up and settle with the courts.  "16 law enforcement agencies in grayson county will be participating in the roundup focused on violators from traffic-related warrants, hot checks, failure to pay fines and court costs to felonies."

To check and see if you have a warrant out for your arrest you can call the Grayson County Sheriff's Office at 903-893-4388 and ask for the collection department.

If you have a warrant out for your arrest you have until December 10th to settle it. After that the sheriff's office says all bets are off, you will be going to jail.

Deeda Payton, KTEN News.

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