Great Texas Warrant Roundup begins March 7 Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Midlothian, Red Oak, Surrounding Areas, Waxahachie on February 26, 2015 by Staff Report Representatives of law enforcement agencies and courts from more than 300 jurisdictions across Texas announced combined efforts to host the 2015 Great Texas Warrant Roundup beginning Saturday, March 7.The roundup is designed to target thousands of defenders with traffic, parking, city ordinance, penal code and higher charge warrants from participating jurisdictions. It is believed to be the largest joint operation of its kind with arrests expected to continue for several days. Numerous counties, justice of the peace, constables and municipalities of all sizes will participate in the roundup.Over 300 agencies participated in the 2014 Great Texas Warrant Roundup and cleared over 133,000 warrants in a three week period.If you think you have a warrant, now is the time to act before the warrant roundup begins. If warrants are not taken care of, police officers may come to your home or work to serve the warrants.As of Feb. 20, participating agencies in Ellis County include:Ferris Municipal Court Glenn Heights Municipal Court Italy Municipal Court Milford Municipal Court Red Oak Municipal Court Waxahachie Municipal CourtMore agencies may have signed up to participate since the Feb. 20 official update and more agencies may sign up to participate prior to the March 7 launch. You may also be interested in readingMidlothian, Palmer and Waxahachie ISDs announce makeup daysGlenn Heights PD resolve attempted suicide peacefullyMaypearl to hold regular meeting Mar. 9Red Oak and Ferris ISDs to apply for makeup day waivers from TEACity of Midlothian answers questions about Community ParkEliis County Commissioners’ Court to meet Monday at 10 a.m.COLUMN: New training requirements for officersTempers flare as Red Oak goes to polls on Bond Election SaturdayRep. John Wray files bill to name highway Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield Highway$74M bond proposal hinges on public’s perception of a school building ← Readers’ photos of the Feb. 25, 2015 snow stormCity of Italy water system violates lead and chlorine reporting regulations → You must log in to post a comment.