CANYON, TX (KFDA) - If you have an outstanding warrant, Canyon police say now is the time to pay it.
The Canyon Police Department is asking residents to be aware of the upcoming 'warrant round-up,' which begins in March.
Officials said courtesy calls will be made to individuals with outstanding warrants, but officers will not ask for money or credit card information over the phone.
You can find out if your name is on warrant the list by clicking here.
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