If you have outstanding warrants, beware police are looking for you this week.
The annual Great Texas Warrant Roundup begins Saturday and runs through March 10.
The state-wide joint effort targets people with Class C offenses like traffic, parking, city ordinance and penal code violations.
If you haven't settled your warrants a hold can be placed on her vehicle registration with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles as part of the Scofflaw Program, and driver's license renewal can be denied.
In Dallas people with outstanding citations can pay in person at the Dallas Marshal's Office, 1600 Chestnut St., 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays or online (click here).
Fort Worth allows you to search the warrant database online and pay fines via Western Union (click here).
Most cities and counties offer ways to clear outstanding warrants, just check your city or county website.