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Operation Roundup Targets Traffic Violators

by Tony Vindell/LFN

Traffic violators are urged to pay money they owe on outstanding warrants or face incarceration.

The La Feria Police Department is now one of more than 300 law enforcement agencies across Texas participating in a Statewide Warrant Roundup to collect thousands of dollars in unpaid fines.

“Citizens are encouraged to pay their outstanding violations without further penalties,” Police Chief

Cesar Diaz said. “We will be actively involved in the Texas Roundup by arresting individuals at any time.”

The local police department joined the initiative on Feb. 23 so be on the lookout for a visit from or being asked to pull over by a police officer.

The city advises anyone with outstanding citations to take care of your tickets now to avoid arrest.

Anyone voluntarily appearing in the municipal court to take care of tickets will not be arrested.

If individuals are experiencing hardship and unable to pay, contact the municipal court to discuss options that may be available.

The La Feria Municipal Court is located inside the City of La Feria Municipal Complex at 115 E. Commercial Ave., or call 956- 797-2261.

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