"What do you mean you have a Warrant for my Arrest?"
Summary Warrants are issued to certified Pennsylvania State Constables for service. Constables can execute Warrants issued on Citations for Traffic (including Parking) violations, Non-Traffic (Summary State Code and local Ordinance) violations, as well as Court subpoenas and Civil processes. Constables may execute Warrants in any part of Pennsylvania, and they have arrest powers on their Warrants and on other crimes committed in their view. The warrant may also be in regards to delinquent fines or domestic relation matters.
What do I do now?
You can contact the Court in person or by mail, and take care of the outstanding matter by entering your plea and making the outstanding payment (including Warrant and Constable costs) or requesting a hearing and posting collateral. The warrant will be recalled after the plea and payment are received.
You can contact the Constable holding your Warrant. If you received notification of the Warrant from a Constable — whether by mail, phone, or by posting your door — and the issue is money due to the court, you can mail the outstanding balance to the Court or to the Constable. If the issue is a missing response to a Citation, you can mail to the court your plea of Guilty along with full fines and costs, or your plea of Not Guilty along with collateral required to schedule a hearing.
It is in your best interest to contact the State Constable that served you or the Magistrate District Judge as soon as possible as a State Constable can make an arrest at your home, at your place of employment, or on the street.