SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — Have unresolved warrants?
Starting Saturday, Feb. 29, the South Padre Island Police Department will join more than 300 Texas law enforcement agencies in a Statewide Warrant Roundup to collect debt owed on outstanding warrants.
According to a press release, city officials advise anyone with outstanding citations to take care of their tickets now to avoid arrest.
Anyone voluntarily appearing in the Municipal Court to take care of tickets will not be arrested, the press release states.
“We encourage citizens with outstanding citations to take this opportunity to pay their fines now without incurring further penalties,” SPI Chief of Police Claudine O’Carroll stated in a press release. “During the roundup, you can be arrested at any time or any place, which will result in additional fees.”
The SPI Municipal Court is located at 4601 Padre Blvd. and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Payment methods accepted include — Visa, Mastercard, cash, checks, money orders and cashier’s checks.
Online payments may be made online 24 hours a day, seven days a week at www.municipalonlinepayments.com/southpadretx.
The press release states that individuals who are experiencing hardship and are unable to pay can contact the municipal court to discuss options that may be available.
For questions, contact the SPI Municipal Court at (956) 761-3225.