Brown County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
1,151 people were murdered and 7,438 women were raped in Texas in 2013. These very unsettling numbers clearly indicate how important it is to be able to do a background check on people involved in your life to keep away from those who can endanger you and your family. In this article we will teach you how to find Brown County arrest records and warrants and how to trace a person’s criminal history.
Conducting an arrest inquiry
Those who are interested in performing a Brown county arrest records search will find the electronic jail logs (https://browncountytx.net/bok/cgibok108.html) offered by the sheriff office to be very useful. This online data bank can show results that go back to the 1990s. Some of the (more recent) files contain a mug shot of the detainee. All the files show his or her personal details and physical description as well as booking and release date, bond amount and the offense that led to the arrest.
If you want your inquiry to cover more than one county, opt for a Texas inmate search. The TDCJ operates a statewide inmate data bank that covers TX correctional facilities.
Conducting a Brown County warrant search
The county does not offer an official online warrants database. So as a searcher, you will need to find the time to go to the sheriff office (1050 West Commerce. Brownwood, TX 76801 Phone no. 325-646-5510). Their criminal archives include abundant information necessary for a background check. Most importantly, you will be able to see a list of the county’s wanted persons.
Brown County warrants, in addition to other pieces of information related to a person’s criminal history (e.g. jail records), can be obtained by utilizing the search service provided by this website. The data is accurate and up to date. Confidentiality is guaranteed.
Conducting a case search
Brown County court records are a little more difficult to obtain since searchers have to go through quite a lot of governmental red tape. To find information on criminal cases, you will need to pay a visit to two offices: misdemeanor records will be found at the county clerk office and felony records at the district clerk office (Both are located at 200 South Broadway, Brownwood, TX 76801). Once you are there, you ought to deliver a request to view a specific criminal case. It will take them around 10 days to look for the file and then decide if according to Texas Public Information Act you are entitled to view it. For further details, refer to the website of state’s Attorney General.
1,191 crimes occurred in the county in the course of 2013. Gladly, there were no murders, but 14 women were victims of rape. 8 robberies were recorded in addition to 79 assaults. As to property crimes: there were 253 burglaries, 805 larceny cases and 32 auto thefts. 285 arrests were made by the police.