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Nolan County Warrants and Arrest Records, Texas

If you plan to conduct a criminal record check, you will definitely need to find Nolan County warrants and arrest records. The following lines explain what you need to do to find these legal documents.

Looking for Nolan County warrants

The sheriff is in charge of apprehending suspects against whom an active warrant has been issued. So you should inquire about the county’s wanted people by visiting his office (There are no official inquiry options available online) at 11 Avenger Field Road, Sweetwater, Texas 79556, phone: 325-235-5471.

In hope of getting assistance from the public in finding fugitives, the sheriff’s website presents a list of the county's most wanted people. It can be viewed here.

Performing an arrest search

Nolan County arrest records are not presented online by the sheriff. Any inquiry about a person’s incarceration history must go through the jail. Contact them through the sheriff office (see telephone number above) to ask about recent bookings and releases and to get details about the person you are checking.

You may decide to initiate a broader background check by turning to online state’s sources:

1) The TxDPS manages an inquiry tool that displays Texas arrest records for crimes more serious than Class B misdemeanor.

2) The TDCJ’s offender search can be used to locate inmates in the state’s correctional facilities.

Searching for criminal records

To discover whether a person has a criminal record due to prior convictions, you ought to go over dockets released by the court.

Nolan County court records that deal with misdemeanor offenses should be sought at the office of the County Clerk (Phone: 325-235-2462). Felony cases can be viewed at the District Clerk’s office (Phone: 325-235-2111). A FOIA request will have to be submitted. To read more about this procedure, navigate to the website of the Texas Attorney General.

Finally, to initiate a sex offender search by name or location, use the state’s special online registry found here.