It is the duty of the warrant division to enforce state
laws, and the clearance and disposition of all warrants issued to the
Constables office. Our office works closely with all law enforcement agencies
throughout the state with all warrants of arrest. Most of our warrants
are a result of a bad check, or an unpaid traffic citation,
and also includes Failure To Pay Toll Citations.
Constable Wright mails courtesy notice letters to all individuals with
a warrant of arrest. If no response is attempted by the defendant to settle
the warrant then the warrant division Sgt. pursues all possible means
available in locating and arresting the individual with the warrant of
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What do I do if I get a door hanger or business card informing me that I have a warrant for my arrest?
A. Contact the within named deputy by telephone to get instructions on how to clear the warrant(s).
Q. What should I do if I get a letter informing me that I have a warrant for my arrest?
A. Contact the warrant division at 972-731-7320 to get additional information
on the procedure to follow in clearing the warrant(s).
Q. Who can I call if I think that I have warrants through Collin County Constable Precinct 4?
A. Call 972-731-7320. Any of our clerks or deputies are able to assist in checking the Collin County computer system to determine if open warrants exist.