Liberty County Warrant and Arrest Search
If a Liberty County warrant has been issued against you, we strongly advise that you find a good criminal lawyer to assist you in handling all issues you have with the law as quickly as possible.
Finding out whether you (or anyone else) are wanted by the police
To carry out a Liberty County warrant search, contact the sheriff's Record Division at 936-336-4500 (extensions no. 506 or 520). We suggest that you refrain from visiting their office if you have reasons to believe you are a wanted person. They will not hesitate to take into custody.
You can adopt a safer approach by using the electronic search tool on this page. It will display a person's full criminal history plus other civil data related to his or her background. The information is accurate and is constantly updated. Your inquiry will remain confidential.
Conducting a Liberty County arrest records search
You can perform an inmate search by referring to the county jail. Call them at 936-336-9395 and inquire about a specific person.
If you are not satisfied with the information you will obtain from them, you should utilize the criminal database provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. It displays information on all of TX correctional institutions.
To broaden your arrest inquiry, we recommend referring to the computerized search tool offered by the Texas Department of Public Safety. It will display a person's history of arrest and prosecutions for offenses more serious than Class B misdemeanor.
Locating Liberty County court records
To find civil and criminal court dockets, visit the county clerk and the district clerk. The former stores
The number of offenses in Liberty County in 2013 was 2795. There was one murder case, 27 women were raped, 264 persons were assaulted and 27 were the victims of robbery. Police apprehended 504 suspects.