UPDATE: Texas State Warrant Roundup Begins 02/19/14
CBS 7 News
Wanda Modarelli with Ector County says out of the 10,000 they sent out, yesterday 125 people came in on their own to their office to pay fines. That number isn't including people who paid online or at the kiosk downstairs.
To see if you have a warrant out for your arrest or are about to visit: http://tools.cira.state.tx.us/users/0044/docs/WARRANT.pdf it is updated weekly.
CBS 7 News
Anyone in West Texas with an outstanding warrant should get them taken care of soon because law enforcement is coming after you.
Multiple law enforcement agencies are taking part in the Texas State Warrant Roundup. People with outstanding warrants recently began receiving notices in the mail.
If the warrants are not paid by March 1st police may be knocking on your door or showing up at your work place.
Most outstanding warrants are traffic tickets and court fines. County officials say since everyone is getting their tax returns, now is the perfect time to pay-off fines.