Johnson County deputies join effort to collect unpaid taxes - KCTV5

Johnson County deputies join effort to collect unpaid taxes

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Starting Tuesday, Johnson County residents with outstanding personal property taxes will be reached by mail and phone. Starting Tuesday, Johnson County residents with outstanding personal property taxes will be reached by mail and phone.
JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) -

Starting Tuesday, Johnson County residents with outstanding personal property taxes will be reached by mail and phone.

Deputies are trying to collect on more than 2,000 past due accounts totaling more than $600,000.

Authorities will not be soliciting immediate payment over the phone, but instead, will direct those they contact on how to resolve the back taxes by paying the Johnson County treasurer directly.

Deputies will, however, collect tax payments in person if payment is not made after receiving the initial letter.

Police warn if you do get a phone call asking for a payment over the phone to hang up and call police.

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