6-17-04 - Fannin County authorities are giving check violators 2 weeks to pay their fines, before risking arrest and public embarrassment in a hot check warrant roundup.
Fannin County Attorney Myles Porter and Justices of the Peace Joe Dale and Sue Hale asked local law enforcement to begin actively seeking people with outstanding warrants. By July 5th, authorities will distribute a list of people with hot check warrants to local media and publish it at www.fannincountyattorney.com
Porter is encouraging people on that list to take care of their check(s) before publication of their names and subsequent arrest. He says people can call the Fannin County Attorney's Office at 903-583-7448 or Judge Joe Dale at 903-583-7489 or Judge Sue Hale at 903-587-2846.
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