People with outstanding warrants may want to pay their fines.
The 2016 Great Texas Warrant Roundup starts Saturday. Those with outstanding warrants for delinquent traffic tickets, Class C misdemeanor citations, or unpaid parking tickets could face arrest including at their workplace, school or home.
More than 300 law enforcement agencies across the state are working together to find people with outstanding arrest warrants.
People with warrants should have received mailed notices and collection calls from Feb. 19 through March 4, according to a media release from the City of Fort Worth.
People can only pay fines at one of four Municipal Court payment locations. Those places include the Public Safety & Courts Building, the Southwest Municipal Court, Carnival Food Store (102 NW 28th St.), or Fiesta Food Mart (4245 E. Berry St.).
Tickets must be paid in full and in person. Those with warrants who voluntarily pay their fines at any of these locations have the eligibility to waive some or all warrant and collection fees by paying the remaining in full, according to the media release.
Fort Worth also keeps a list of the the top 50 offenders throughout the city. You can also check to see if you have any warrants here.