SANANTONIO-- Deputy constables from Bexar County Precinct Four zigzagged across San Antonio on Friday as part of a joint effort to find and arrest people with warrants for alcohol-related crimes.
More than 3,200 Bexar County residents have been targeted during the Fiesta warrant roundup.
You know who you are, know that you're wanted. We'll keep coming back until we get you. Rest assured, we will get you, said Deputy Constable Ricardo Guzman.
Deputy Constables from Precinct Four had made 15 arrests by Friday afternoon. But a majority of the alcohol-related offenses are misdemeanors, meaning officers cannot enter a person's home to make an arrest.
It can get frustrating at times, said Cpl. Andrew Lopez. We have to wait them out. Park and wait for them to come out to leave, try and get them that way.
Deputy constables found a woman with an outstanding DWI warrant inside her home in the 1600 block of Amanda Street. But once she refused to answer the door, the officershad to move on.
PrecinctOne reported four arrests as part of the round-up.
Precincts Two and Three did not provide arrest numbers to KENS 5 in time for this report.
The Bexar County Sheriff's Office and San Antonio Police Department are scheduled to release their final numbers early next week.