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Database Update on July 12, 2024

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Searching for Leon County Arrest records and Warrants

There is no official computerized search tool that displays Leon County arrest records. Therefore, in order to track person's incarceration history, we recommend two statewide databases.

The TxDPS offers an electronic inmate inquiry tool that shows all people apprehended for offenses more serious than Class B misdemeanor in all TX counties. You must register and pay for this service.

Moreover, the TDCJ manages a searchable database for locating an inmate in the state's prisons. The use of this service does not demand a fee.

Finally, you can try to obtain information on Leon County arrest records by turning directly to the sheriff . Simply arrive at his office (606 St Marys St, Centerville, Texas 75833 ) and inquire about the incarceration history of the person you are checking. We strongly suggest setting an appointment in advance by dialing 903-536-2749.

Getting access to information on Leon County Warrants

Once you go to the sheriff office, you may also inquire about warrants issued in the county. In that way, you will discover if a person is wanted by the police. The sheriff stuff usually offers help as they hope to gain some information from the public that will assist them in locating fugitives.

Conducting a criminal record check

Neither arrest records nor warrants will show a person's history of convictions. To discover if the subject of your inquiry has been prosecuted and/or convicted of a crime, you ought to access Leon County court records. To do that, refer to the County Clerk (for misdemeanor convictions) or the District Clerk (for felony convictions).

The law requires you to submit a formal request to see public records. To read more about this procedure, refer to the guidelines published by the Attorney General of Texas.