Aransas County Arrest Records and Warrant Search

In our modern world, it is not difficult for a person to perform a background check on an individual: for the most part, a Texas criminal records search is fairly simple. It is always a good idea to be informed, especially if you are about to hire nannies, housekeepers, assistants, etc., or if you are concerned about a new boyfriend/girlfriend’s criminal past. Below is information on how to find Aransas County arrest records and warrants, whatever your situation may be.

Performing a Aransas County Arrest Records search

The first step is to get in touch with the Aransas County Detention Center (the county jail). This is where inmates are held, and where you will be able to get into contact with those who know where to find such records. The number for the detention center is (361) 790-0164. On their website, you are also able to view a list of current incarcerations and additional information relevant for your inquiry.

If you are looking to search online, the TxDPS tool is a good way to go about it. You are required to register as a user, but this tool allows you to view a lot more than Aransas County arrest records; you will be able to view a person’s incarceration and prosecution history throughout the entire state.

 

Another useful tool that covers all of the state’s counties is the TDCJ’s offender database. Using it, you will be able to perform a Texas inmate search and thus locate a person in TX correctional system.

Finding Aransas County Warrants

The best place to begin an Aransas County Warrant search is at the Aransas County Sheriff’s Office. Its phone number is (361) 729-2222. By walking in and visiting their physical location (301 N Live Oak St, Rockport, TX) you may be able to gain more information by going over documents with an officer or an office/records assistant.

The county clerk’s website also provides a search page to trace Aransas County warrants from your own computer on your own time. It enables you to search by first or last name, and though the information may be outdated/inaccurate, this is a good place to help your with your inquiry.

How to search Aransas County Court Records

For information regarding court dockets, you will want to visit the District Clerk page on the county’s website, where you can find the physical address, phone numbers, and working hours of the district clerk office, so if you wish to speak to someone in person regarding your search, you will find information here.

You will be required to file a request to view copies of public records. The Texas Attorney General’s website provides some guidelines on how to file such a request.

Crime statistics

For the entirety of Aransas, throughout 2014, there have been 7 cases of robbery, 72 cases of assault, and 267 cases of burglary. There has been 1 murder and 10 rapes (rape statistics relate to 2013), 677 incidents of larceny, and 37 auto thefts. In total, there were 145 arrests made by the police.