I am sorry to hear this; first it is important to have evidence of the flat (a tow receipt, picture etc)
Then keep trying the clerk until you get a hold of them.
These are the options:
1. see if the judge, sua sponte, reset the arraignment (this is common for misdemeanors). If so, get the new date and be sure and appear
2. call clerk and find out if there is a bond on the warrant (warrant for arrest due to no show). If so, one can surrender to the sheriff's office and post bond
3. file a motion to surrender and appear in court and ask the judge to vacate the warrant and reschedule the arraignment
if you don't have an attorney it is important to go to the law library and look at Matthew Bender's motions (it is a volume set) as they will have samples there.
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