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Posted on: June 8, 2021

Princeton Warrant Round-Up


Princeton Warrant Round-Up
Canned Food Donation to Princeton Food Pantry at Faith Baptist Church

Princeton, Texas: On Monday, May 26, 2001 the Princeton Municipal Court kicked off a warrant round-up to collect debt owed on outstanding warrants. Residents were able to start a payment plan but must have made the first payment in order to have their warrant lifted. A donation of 3 cans of non-expired canned goods, per violation would serve as a credit of $50.00 towards a warrant.

The Warrant Round-Up Food Drive was a huge success. 225 cans of food were collected and delivered by Warrant Officer Diana Rizzo to the Princeton Food Pantry at Faith Baptist Church that will directly impact families in Princeton.

Due to the success of this program an additional Warrant Round-Up is scheduled for October. To learn more about Princeton Warrant Round-Up by going to

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