GRAYSON CO., TX -- If you have an outstanding warrant in Grayson County authorities say you better pay up now if you don't want to find yourself behind bars.
The Grayson County Sheriff's Office is joining more than 300 law enforcement agencies across the state in the 2014 Great Texas Warrant Round Up.
During Last years roundup Sgt. Sarah Bigham says they made at least 50 arrests.
To avoid arrest, the last day to pay your fines is February the 28th.
Bigham said, "It's income tax time. There's a lot of people that have income tax coming in. Come in get it taken care of and you don't have to worry about it for the rest of the year"
Bigham says most of the outstanding warrants are traffic tickets and court fines.
If you think you may have a warrant that hasn't been taken care of call the city or county you got the ticket in.