Warrant roundup begins Monday in Bexar County


SAN ANTONIO – The 10th annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup begins Monday as law enforcement officials hit the streets of Bexar County, looking for people with outstanding warrants.

Anyone with an outstanding warrant will be arrested if located by authorities.

People had until Sunday to resolve their warrants without getting arrested. That grace period ends Monday.

Over the last two weeks, members of the SAPD Volunteers in Policing program called people to remind them of their warrants and explain to them the options to resolve them. Municipal Court also mailed notices to individuals.

To look up an outstanding warrant, click here.

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said the city cleared more than 22,000 warrants during last year's roundup.

This year's roundup runs through Sunday.