BENTON, Ark. (AP) - Authorities in central Arkansas' Saline County will launch a warrant amnesty program next week.
Starting Monday, authorities say people holding non-violent misdemeanor warrants from the Saline County sheriff's office can go to the sheriff's office and receive a court date.
Authorities say the warrant amnesty program will allow those warrant holders to take care of their warrants without the fear of being picked up and held in jail.
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