Washington County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
Washington County warrants TX, can be most efficiently traced by contacting the Criminal Investigation Division at the sheriff office. They provide warrant services to the county, so they are the best and most updated source of information. They can be reached through two phone numbers: (979) 277-6251 Ext. 105 and (979) 277-6251 Ext. 135. Their address is 1206 Old Independence Rd. Brenham, Texas 77833.
The sheriff's website also presents a list of the county's sex offenders. It is highly recommended to go over it carefully and memorize names or faces so that you will know who you should stay away from.
Performing a Washington County arrest search
If you want to locate an inmate, start your inquiry at the county jail. They can be reached through the sheriff office at (979) 277-6255. Once you reach them, ask them to check if the person you are searching appears on their inmate list.
If you want to carry out a more comprehensive background check, including the recovery of older Washington County arrest records, turn to the following statewide databases:
- The electronic Criminal History Name Search operated by the Texas Department of Public Safety displays a person's previous arrests in all of TX counties. Only searchers who opened an account can benefit from this service.
- The TDCJ offers a computerized Texas inmate search tool (it be accessed here) that will help you locate an inmate in the entire state.
Another tool for a background check
Washington County warrants and other related files can be traced by referring to the search box on this page. It will immediately direct you to vast and reliable databases you can use to inquire about any person living in Texas. You will get detailed civil and criminal history reports. Searchers' confidentiality is strictly observed.
Obtaining court dockets
There are two offices which are in charge of maintaining Washington County court records: the county clerk (phone number: 979-277-6200) and district clerk (phone number: 979-277-620). The former processes misdemeanor records and the latter felony records.
Because they do not offer an electronic search option, you will have to conduct your inquiry the hard way: Filing a request to view public records in person by visiting their offices. They will require approximately 10 days to examine your request before approving it. For additional instructions, consult the website of the Texas Attorney general.
In 2014, 751 crimes were committed in the county. Police investigated 3 murders, 11 rapes, 10 robberies, 70 assaults, 178 burglaries, 444 larceny cases and 35 auto thefts. 221 people were taken into custody.