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Over 4,000 warrants were served during Warrant Roundup

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Amarillo, TX - Over 4,000 warrants were served during this year's "Warrant Roundup."

The Amarillo Municipal Court says during the five week period 4,416 warrants were served. 

However, there are still over 32,000 warrants that remain on the books. 

Click the link to review a complete list of all Municipal Court warrants.

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