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Austin County Warrant Search – Easy Ways to Track a Person's Criminal Background

The article below will show you how to conduct an Austin County warrant search in the most efficient manner. You will also be directed to sources that reveal arrest histories and criminal records.

Starting your warrant inquiry

Unfortunately, there isn't any online search tool that will reveal Austin County's wanted persons. The best you can do is fill in a FOIA request to view an incident report and submit it in person to the sheriff office located at 417 N. Chesley Street, Bellville, Texas. The required form can be downloaded here.

Completing an Austin County arrest search

The Austin County sheriff department does not release any criminal history information. To find arrest records, users are advised to utilize the TXDPS search engine. This engine provides records on anyone in Texas who has been convicted of a crime greater than Class B misdemeanor.

Another available tool is the computerized offender search operated by the TDCJ. To find inmates in the state's correctional facilities, enter the relevant name and either a TDCJ or a SID number into the search box.

Gaining access to Austin County court records

Court dockets show whether an individual was tried and found guilty of a crime. Austin County court records are categorized as public record. In other words, everyone may access them.

To initiate a criminal record check that covers misdemeanor offenses, submit a public information request to the county clerk. The request should be delivered to 1 East Main Street, Belleville, TX 77418.

Dockets for felony offenses are handled by the district court. So you will be required to submit your request to the district clerk. Their office is located in close proximity to the office of the county clerk. For more information, go to the website of the Attorney General of Texas.

Searching the state's sex offender list

Texas sex offenders are placed on a central list. This list can be seen on the TxDPS website.  Just enter any part of a name or a known location to see whether a person appears in the list. Information can also be obtained on the sheriff's website by following this link.