The City Marshal Office is tasked with serving arrest warrants. After the judge issues a warrant, the City Marshal Office mails a notice to the defendant to inform them of the case status and their available options. If a defendant does not voluntarily make a disposition of their warrant(s), the City Marshal Office will actively pursue serving the warrant. Service is attempted by contacting the defendant over the telephone, in person, at home, at school or at work.
The City Marshal Office has a variety of tools available to them to track someone who has moved or disconnected their telephone. Through the use of investigative techniques, time and effort, almost anyone can be located. When located, the defendant will be given the opportunity to pay the balance due in full or establish a payment plan. If the defendant is unable or unwilling to resolve the matter, then they will be taken directly to jail where they will see the judge the following morning.
If you believe you may have an outstanding warrant, or know someone who does, call our office. We will be glad to provide assistance in resolving the matter.