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The City of Broken Arrow is holding a canned food drive in exchange for credit towards outstanding warrants.
Between March 25-29, anyone with an outstanding warrant for municipal fines can bring nonperishable food items to the Court Clerk’s Office and receive $15 credit per item towards their fine. The credit is good for up to $300, and donated items will benefit Broken Arrow Neighbors.
In order to receive the credit, those contributing will have to appear before the municipal court judge at a date assigned by the Court Clerk when the items are donated. Anyone who sets a court date will have his or her warrant recalled.
Failure to appear on the appointed court date will result in the issuance of a new warrant and those persons will be subject to arrest. Additionally, anyone with outstanding warrants that does not take advantage of the amnesty program will be subject to arrest in an upcoming warrant sweep by the Broken Arrow Police Department.
The Court Clerk’s Office is at the Broken Arrow Justice Center, 2304 S. First Pl., and is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. The phone number is 918-451-8558.