On June 1, 2016 the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, under the authority of court order and later local rule 1907.2, which became effective August 9, 2016; created the District Court Warrant Control & Apprehension Unit. This unit is responsible for overseeing the service of all non-criminal docketed Magisterial District Court Warrants. The goal of this unit is to provide oversight and control of the warrants, while maintaining a cost effective service solution for our citizens.
If you received a letter from us:
Please contact the Magisterial District Court Office stated in the letter. We have NO authority to remove the warrant. You must contact the Magisterial District Court Office.
If I can’t make a payment will I get a warrant?
If you can’t make a payment, please contact the respected offices and let them know. We cannot do anything with your payment plan or fine.
YOU MUST CONTACT THE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT COURT OFFICE.