San Angelo City Marshal John Gonzales explained why the agencies come together for this time of year.
"We work with these jurisdictions almost on a daily basis, some of them, but this is the one time of year that we all get together and meet on a daily basis for that week and do nothing but warrants."
Gonzales said that the warrants served range from class a to c misdemeanors that include criminal mischeif, possession of marijuana, to traffic citations.
"We have San Angelo people that drive through Eden, Texas get a ticket and never take care of it." Gonzales said, "Well they have San Angelo addresses so they bring all of their San Angelo warrants here we serve their Concho County warrants on people who live in San Angelo and that's how we do it for the other jurisdictions as well."
Gonzales said everyone is given every opportunity to take care of their warrants before being arrested.
"We mail out letters, we mail out cards to let them know they have warrants," Gonzales said, "we make phone calls to let them know that they're about to go into warrants, so i think by the time we go out and pick them up and bring them to jail and bring them here, we've gone far beyond trying to help them."
Last year,officers served over 380 warrants. There are over 29,000 warrants that date back to the year 2000.
"There's no get out of jail free cards that week, it's either you pay or you go to jail."