Finding Webb County Warrants and Arrests Records
No one wants to find out that his kids' nanny or one of his employees is wanted by the police. To avoid such
Initiating a Web County warrant search
In order to try and locate the county's wanted persons, you should turn to the sheriff office. Their main headquarters are at 902 Victoria Street, Laredo, Texas 78040. To reach them by phone, dial 956-523-4500. Their databases cover the entire county and include the necessary criminal details you will need for your inquiry. Texas Public Information Act enables you to view the majority of the criminal records maintained by the authorities.
As to online sources, a viable warrant inquiry tool can be found on this website. By using it, you will be able to see a person's complete criminal background. The data are reliable and up to date and your search will be kept confidential.
Carrying out an arrest records search
The sheriff office is also a good place to conduct a Webb County arrest search. Yet, there are three additional recommended sources:
- The TxDPS manages a Computerized Criminal History System that will show you a person past record of arrests in Texas. The database covers Class B misdemeanor or more serious offenses. You will be asked to sign up in order to utilize this information tool.
- The Offender Information Search operated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice will allow you to run an inmate search in the state's correctional facilities.
- You can turn to Webb County Detention Center and inquire whether a person you know is included in their inmate list. Their phone number is 956-723-1985. Their address is US Highway 83, Laredo, TX 78046-8449
Webb County court records
We would suggest contacting the district clerk for information about felony records. Their location is 1110 Victoria Street, Suite 203, Laredo, TX 78040 (Phone no. 956-523-4268). They also have a case search electronic tool to make your search easier.
The county clerk is where you need to go if you are interested in misdemeanor records. They can be found at the same building as the district clerk. Only their suite number is different – 201. To phone them, dial 959-523-4266.
Despite being a medium size community, Webb County suffers from relatively high crime rates. 2013 included 4 murders, 80 rapes, 211 robberies, 1,536 burglaries, 8,952 larceny cases, and 391 car thefts. That amounted to 12,012 crimes (4,568.4 crimes for 100,000 residents). Police incarcerated 3,453 suspects.