Sullivan City to Start Amnesty Program for Unpaid Warrants
SULLIVAN CITY — Starting next week Sullivan City is kicking off a warrant amnesty program for up to 6,500 unpaid warrants which adds up to nearly $2 million dollars. On Monday, anyone who has a unpaid warrant can pay their warrant off and they won't have to pay any additional fees for skipping their court date. Warrant Officer Miguel Martinez stated, "The people who are working or they didn't have some trouble with transportation, they can call the police department and since I am the Warrant Officer I can go to their residence, their work and I can pick the money up and give them a receipt." Police say they aren't trying to arrest people, but once amnesty is over they'll arrest anyone who doesn't settle their debt.