Unserved Warrants Fall to 123 in January, 127 in February

From Staff Reports

JEFFERSON – The number of unserved felony arrest warrants in Marion County on January 31 was 123, down from 137 on December 31, according to Sheriff David McKnight.

The county also had 240 unserved misdemeanor warrants. The number of unserved misdemeanor warrants at the end of December was 261.

The Marion County Jail had an inmate population of 38 on January 31.

Local inmates were housed at the Harrison County Jail for a total of 132 prisoner-days in January, according to McKnight.

FEBRUARY 2020
The number of unserved felony warrants in Marion County at the end of February was 127, according to Sheriff David McKnight.

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The amount was up slightly from January when the total of unserved felony warrants stood at 123.

Responding to a Jimp Texas Public Information request, McKnight reported 231 unserved misdemeanor warrants on February 29.

The county had 240 unserved misdemeanor warrants in January. The number of unserved misdemeanor warrants at the end of December was 261, according to McKnight.

The jail population on the last day of February was 36. The jail has a capacity of 38.

Marion County housed prisoners in the Harrison County jail for 91 prisoner days during the month of February.

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One thought on “Unserved Warrants Fall to 123 in January, 127 in February

  1. How would you handle this one.it took 4 years for us to even know their was a warrent.got pulled over and went to jail without warning.30 thousand bond payed nearly400 impound fee near 30 days in jail lost of business. And a mark on the repertation of a hard working good citizen of marion co.

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