Rogers, Lowell Police Announces December Amnesty Week For Misdemeanor Warrants

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ROGERS (KFSM) — The Rogers Police Department and Lowell Police Department have announced an amnesty week in mid-December for those with misdemeanor warrants.

Judge Bridges and the Rogers District Court will hold the amnesty week December 13-19, according to a release from public information officer Keith Foster.

The release states anyone with a misdemeanor warrant out of the Rogers District Court may report to the police department or the Benton County sheriff’s Office to have the warrant served.

Upon serving the warrant, the individual will be “cite released” and issued a new date to appear in court.