Mar 03 2011

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City of Longview participates in Great Texas Warrant Round-Up

Friday, March 4th will be the last chance for anyone with outstanding city warrants to contact the Municipal Court. Taking care of the warrants before 4:30 p.m. on the 5th could mean not spending the night in jail and the embarrassment of being arrested.
According to Sgt Jack Lanier, on March 5th officers will be canvassing the City attempting to locate anyone with outstanding city warrants. If someone with warrants is located they will be arrested and taken to the Gregg County Jail. If you would like to take care of your warrants while there is still time, you are encouraged to go to 302 W Cotton St. and speak with the Municipal Court clerks or call 903-237-1183 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Longview Municipal Court offers several options for payment. Customers may ing online pay by phone at 903-237-1186; pay online at LongviewTexas.gov (online payments require an additional convenience fee); or pay in person at the Municipal Court, 302 W. Cotton St.  For convenience, there is also a drop box located in the lobby of the Municipal Court. It should be noted that individuals trying to resolve cases prior to the round up will not be arrested at the court window.
Warrant payments may be cash, credit card, or money order.  No personal checks will be accepted.  A government issued picture ID card or driver license will be required when appearing in person.
For more information, including to check an outstanding balance, contact the Municipal Court at 903-237-1186.

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