On any given day there are between 8,000 and 9,000 warrants bearing the names of Gadsden County residents. Some of these offenders have multiple warrants, which adds to the numbers when warrants are tallied.
Gadsden County Sheriff Morris Young said he plans to piggyback on a program initiated by the United States Marshals Service, which will make it easy for people with warrants to surrender in a safe and neutral environment. In most cases, the individuals can clear their records in a matter of hours.
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