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City of Troy
Tuesday February 20th, 2018 :: 03:50 p.m. CST
Advisory

Troy Municipal Court is offering a warrant amnesty opportunity from February 27 through March 1, 2018. Any questions, call 636-528-6179.

Troy Municipal Court is offering a warrant amnesty opportunity from February 27 through March 1, 2018 for individuals who wish to turn themselves in to the court.  This warrant amnesty applies to outstanding warrants from Troy Municipal Court for anyone facing arrest for failing to appear for traffic tickets or other Troy city ordinance violations.  This amnesty does not forgive any fines currently owed for ordinance violations.

Individuals who voluntarily turn themselves in will have their outstanidng Troy municipal warrant recalled and will be given the opportunity to resolve the case that day if they so choose or will have a new court date set to resolve the case.  Anyone who participates in the warrant amnesty must promise that they will attend all future court dates.  A failure to do so will result in a new warrant being issued.  Individuals wishing to take advantage of this opportunity may turn themselves in at 9:00 a.m. or 3:00 p.m. at Municipal Court (Troy City Hall), 800 Cap Au Gris, on the three days of February 27th through March 1st.

If you have questions, visit Troy City Hall in person at 800 Cap Au Gris, or call at 636-528-6179.  Individuals are able to check the Troy City website to see if they have an outstanding warrant at www.municipalrecordsearch.com/troymo.

The decision of the Troy Municipal Judge, Gary Grunick, to offer this warrant amnesty opportunity is intended to give people a chance to avoid arrest and get themselves back on track to resolve their ticket or obtaining a future court date.  A person can choose to be accountable by coming to the Troy City Hall one of these convenient times or risk being arrested by officers when their outstanding warrant is served after the amnesty expires.  Currently, there are approximately 600 outstanding warrants for failing to appear in Troy Municipal Court.

"It is my hope everyone with an outstanding Troy city warrant will take the opportunity for a fresh start and come get their city warrant recalled," Grunick said.  "If you missed court and are afraid of arrest, take advantage during these days and have your warrant recalled.  You will not be arrested during your appearance and it will not cost you any extra fees.  Following this amnesty, enforcement actions will lead to arrest for those failing to turn themselves in."

Address/Location
City of Troy
800 Cap Au Gris St
Troy, MO 63379

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 636-528-4725

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