City Warns "Pay Up or Get Locked Up!" Which Must Mean Another Warrant Roundup's Here.
That said, sure, maybe you'd like to look over the Infinite Jest-length list of outstanding warrants and see if perhaps you've got some bidness in need of tending to, either at 106 S. Harwood or at the City of Dallas Marshal's Office at 1600 Chestnut. Roundup kicks off July 30, and, reminds this morning's heads-up:
The City is now participating in the Scofflaw program in which offenders that are delinquent in satisfying their City of Dallas warrants and outstanding citations are subject to a hold being placed on their vehicle registration renewal. In addition, defendants may face arrest as well as a hold being placed on renewal of their driver's licenses.