Moffett is conducting its second annual amnesty program from Jan. 23 through March 31 said Moffett Police Chief Riley Brooks.
Brooks said, “By completing the amnesty program, this will deactivate the arrest warrant, and you receive Department of Public Safety completion paper work showing where the municipal court has lifted its hold. You will then be able to reinstate the suspended driver’s license where it was suspended for failure to pay fines, failure to appear or failure to satisfy municipal court, whichever reason applies.
“The amnesty program allows a person to deactivate the municipal arrest warrant by paying the original charge amount without a warrant fee,” Brooks said. “If you are on a current payment plan with the municipal court, this program will not apply.”
By paying the fine, offenders may save up to $200 for the warrant fee, Brooks said.
Brooks said offenders may contact the Moffett court clerk at 918-875-3066 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday to begin the amnesty program.
Brooks said, “We were able to help several, several last year. We helped people get their lives back in order by talking to them and helping them out the best we could.”
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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