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Warrant Search in Colorado County, Texas Warrant Search in Colorado County, Texas These instructions will help you do a warrant search in Colorado County, TX. Check the background of people involved in your life. Use an online search tool
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How to Perform a Warrant Search in Colorado County, Texas

Performing a warrant search in Colorado County is the best way to ensure that a person is not wanted by any law enforcement agency. Finding this information is not difficult because warrants are, in fact, public records.

Initiating a Warrant Check

The county does not accept verbal requests made in person or over the phone. So all inquiries regarding public documents or criminal records must be made in writing to the sheriff’s office (P.O. Box 607, Columbus, Texas 78934). If you want to save time, you may visit them in person and ask for information on the county's warrants and wanted people. Their location is 2215 Walnut St. Columbus, Texas 78934 (Ph: 979-732-2388).

Performing an Arrest Search

Since there is no online jail roster available, to gain access to Colorado County arrest records, you should contact the local jail (979-732-2535) and ask for information on detainees that populate their facility. We do not promise any success since they might be reluctant to reveal details especially on former inmates.

Your best option, then, is to opt for a broader Texas offender search. You can use the inquiry tool on the TXDPS website. The search will bring up all arrests made within the state of Texas; however, it does not show offenses below Class B misdemeanor. Every successful search costs 24 dollars.

You can also perform another statewide inquiry using the TDCJ website. Just enter a name, TDCJ number or SID number into the record locater. It will show you the facility that houses the inmate you are searching, his or her projected release date (including parole eligibility date) and offense history.

Colorado County Court Records

Court records will tell you whether a person was prosecuted for and convicted of a crime. The Colorado County District Clerk files the records for the 25th and 2nd 25th Judicial District Court. To search for criminal dockets, use the computer at the Courthouse, located at 400 Spring Street in Columbus.  Copies of dockets can be purchased at the cost of 1 dollar for each page.

Performing a Sex Offender Search

The TxDPS manages a search engine which enables users to locate registered sex felons. All you need to do is enter a person’s name or their known location and you will have access to the Texas sex offender list.