Working with the Salina Police Department and the Saline County Sheriffs Office, the K.B.I., Department of Corrections, and the Kansas Parole Task Force attempted to serve 183 warrants on Monday in Salina and Saline County.
A total of 27 officers from various departments made 30 arrests and cleared 46 outstanding warrants between 12-830pm on May 12. Four warrants were paid in full while there were nine district court, seven out of county and one state parole warrant also included.
Officer Brent Rupert tells KSAL News that the warrants included contempt of court, failure to appear, probation violations as well as Kansas offender registration and Kansas Department of corrections absconder incidents.
Many warrants were still being addressed as of Tuesday morning. Parties who wish to have their warrants addressed have the opportunity to walk in at Municipal court every Thursday morning beginning at 7am. You may also contact the Salina Police Department or Saline County Sheriffs Office to have any issues resolved.