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Watch: Tyler begins warrant sweep

From the City of Tyler

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Beginning Monday,Tyler is participating in a statewide warrant sweep. Agencies will work together during this time to make arrests and collect fines for outstanding warrants.

Tyler Marshal's Office is one of the most technologically advanced agencies utilizing License Plate Recognition cameras and warrant mapping software to locate and track wanted persons.

More than 200 agencies are participating in this Statewide Sweep that runs for two weeks. During this time, marshals will concentrate their efforts to serve as many warrants as possible. Tyler Municipal Court will actually extend this Warrant Sweep for two additional weeks after the Statewide Warrant Sweep has ended.

Tyler Municipal Court will have extended hours during the sweep, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Any persons with warrants for their arrest are encouraged to contact their local court to pay the warrants before an arrest is made.

In Tyler, you can pay online at www.cityoftyler.org or at the physical Court located at 813 N. Broadway. Also, you may call the court for more information at (903) 531-1266.

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