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Houston County Courier - Local News
Stories Added - November 2009
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Municipal Court cracks down on outstanding warrants
Houston County Courier -  November 2009

By Daphne Hereford
Managing Editor
News@houstoncountycourier.com

CROCKETT – City of Crockett Municipal Judge Mo Amjad said in an interview on Thursday, Nov. 5 that his office will be cracking down on people who have outstanding citations or warrants.
Judge Amjad said that he highly recommended that anyone with outstanding warrants with the city should pay them as soon as possible.
He said he would be at city hall Monday-Tuesday, Nov. 9-10 from 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1:30-4 p.m. for those who wish to take care of their obligation.
After Tuesday, Nov. 10 Judge Amjad said he would post the names of all individuals with outstanding warrants in the Courier and that the Crockett Police Department would begin executing the unpaid warrants and arresting the individuals responsible for the fines.
He reminded the public that an individual cannot renew their driver’s license if they have outstanding warrants.
For additional information or to make arrangements with the municipal court regarding warrants, call 544-5156 ext. 211.

 

 

 

 



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