Cottleville holding four-day amnesty period for people with outstanding warrants - KMOV.com

Cottleville holding four-day amnesty period for people with outstanding warrants

COTTLEVILLE, Mo. - The Cottleville Municipal Court says any person with an outstanding warrant in the city may report to the municipal court during a four-day span and will not be arrested.

The amnesty program will run from June 18 to June 22.

After the amnesty period concludes, police will conduct a fugitive apprehension program for people who did not show up to the court to pay their fines or set up a payment plan.

For people planning on taking advantage of the amnesty period, all payments must be cash, certified check.  Credit cards or personal checks will not be accepted.

The Cottleville City Hall will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. during the amnesty period.

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