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Gulfport City Line June 6, 2019
HEATHER MCCARTY: The Municipal Court would like to shine the employee spotlight on a very deserving young lady, Heather McCarty. Heather McCarty joined the City of Gulfport in February of 2002 Heather started as a Deputy Court Clerk I and assisted the Warrants Dept. with the collection of outstanding fines and warrants. Throughout the years, Heather has been responsible for jail arraignments, warrants, court arraignments and trials. She is an expert on bail bonding and serves as the primary liaison between the jail and court. Heather can be contacted day or night and is always ready to assist when there is a question about someone that has been taken into custody. She was promoted to Deputy Court Clerk II within 2 years of employment with the Court. In 2016, Heather was promoted to…