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Amarillo Warrant Roundup

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Amarillo, Texas - Beginning Monday, February 21st, people with outstanding Amarillo Municipal Court Warrants will be receiving notice postcards in the mail.

APD says the cards are a reminder to contact the court and clear up warrants.

Officers will begin serving the warrants March 7th.

They will be served at the wanted person's home, place of employment or wherever he or she can be located.

There are currently almost 39,000 outstanding warrants in our area.

To find out whether you have an outstanding warrant click the link below or call the City of Amarillo Municipal Court at 378-9342.

Click here to view the Court Issued Warrant List

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