There were three piles of warrants sitting on a table outside Grace Murphy’s office Friday.
The 50 or 60 warrants in the piles are just a small portion of the approximately 2,900 waiting to be processed in Davison County.
A warrant is an order from a judge requiring a sheriff or other officer to arrest someone and bring them to court to answer a charge.
Clerk of Courts Barb McKean today will appear before the Davison County Commission to express her concern about the mounting number of unprocessed warrants within the county.
The number of backlogged outstanding warrants in the county is somewhere around 3,000, McKean said, which is many more than the 500 estimated in previous reports by county officials.
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