Marshal's Office

Marshal's Office

The Farmers Branch Marshal's Office is a separate law enforcement agency that works for The Municipal Court of Farmers Branch. It was first created by ordinance in 2015 and became active in it's current duties in 2016.

The role of the Marshals is to serve Municipal Court processes such as serving subpoenas and notices to defendants, transferring prisoners from area jails and searching out and making arrests for outstanding Class C misdemeanors which are issued out of the Farmers Branch Municipal Court. Currently, The Marshal's office is composed of one full time marshal and two part-time marshals. 

Defendants who have outstanding warrants are encouraged to contact the Marshal's office at 972.919.9357.

Chief Marshal Rodriguez

Chief Marshal Rodriguez has over 20 years police experience. She was the Farmers Branch Municipal Court Bailiff from 2002-2010 and returns to Farmers Branch after many years experience at the Dallas Police Department, Carrollton Police Department, and Baylor Department of Public Safety.  She possesses a Master Police Officer License and is also certified as a Licensed Police Instructor.  As Chief Marshal, she is tasked with ensuring the office has adequate training and oversees the daily operation of the office with the Court Administrator. 

Deputy Marshal Elkins

Deputy Marshal Elkins serves as the Municipal Court Bailiff and helps the marshals office with prisoner transfers. Elkins was previously the court bailiff but his position was realigned with the Marshal's office when the Marshal's office was created. Marshal Elkins previously retired from the Farmers Branch Police Department and possesses a Court Security Specialist Certificate.

Deputy Marshal Munden

Deputy Marshal Munden came to Farmers Branch from the Collin County Sheriff's Office where he was a Reserve Deputy and a Chaplain for seven years.  As part of the warrant task force he serves warrants, works with defendants to get warrants paid, and makes arrests when necessary.  He also transfers prisoners arrested out of other agencies.  He is currently sharing Chaplain duties for the Farmers Branch Police Department.