Roman Forest Judge Tavel offers amnesty and fee reductions prior to the Great Texas Warrant Roundup Beginning Saturday, March 4, 2017 Roman Forest Police Officers along with over 300 law enforcement agencies will combine efforts across the state to search for people with outstanding warrants. On the Warrant Roundup arrest dates, persons with outstanding warrants may be arrested at home, work, school or wherever they can be found.
Roman Forest Judge Tavel urges persons with outstanding Roman Forest warrants for municipal fines to take advantage of her amnesty offer of fees being substantially reduced. The amnesty period will run until March 3, 2017. Following that period, Chief Stephen Carlisle has planned a warrant round up of those who fail to take advantage of Judge Tavel’s generous amnesty offer. Roman Forest Municipal Court will immediately release any Driver License holds once the debt is settled.
“I strongly suggest that if you have a warrant in Roman Forest, you take advantage of the Judge’s kind offer,” Chief Stephen Carlisle said. “It would be embarrassing to be arrested at home in front of your family or at work.”
The Roman Forest Municipal Court is offering amnesty on warrant and collection agency fees (approx. 30% of balance due) if individuals come to court to address their outstanding obligations.
If you voluntarily appear to take care of your tickets with the Roman Forest Municipal Court, you will not be arrested. If you are unable to pay, contact the court to discuss options that may be available to resolve your matters with the Court.
Avoid being arrested during this Great Texas Warrant Roundup. Contact the Roman Forest Municipal Court at 281-399-7227.
Roman Forest Municipal Court 2430 Roman Forest Blvd, Roman Forest, TX 77357 281-399-7227
Press Release from RFPD