Hardin County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
An arrest warrant is legally binding only after a judge had signed it. It empowers any police officer to apprehend a person the moment he or she is found. To initiate a Hardin County warrant search, go to the sheriff office. Their criminal data banks can tell you whether the one you are searching is wanted by the police. Their address is 300 W Monroe St. Kountze, Texas 77625. You can ask for more details on the phone: 409-246-5100.
Finding out who is in custody
To perform a Hardin County arrest records search, contact the jail department: 409-246-5105 or 409 246-5249. In case you are not satisfied with the information they will provide, opt for a statewide inmate search with the help of the TDCJ’s online inquiry tool.
To trace a person’s arrest history in Texas, turn to the criminal computerized search managed by the TxDPS. The database does not cover Class C misdemeanor offences.
If you want to run a full criminal background check while finding all the relevant data in one place, utilize the search form that appears on this page. Results are updated on a regular basis. Your confidentiality as a searcher is fully guaranteed.
Hardin County Court records
To garner information about a person’s record of convictions, you must obtain criminal court dockets. The data are not revealed automatically; you will be asked to file a FOIA request and send it by mail to the county clerk (for information on misdemeanor cases) or to the district clerk (for reports on felony offenses). To learn more on how to request public information, visit the webpage of the Texas General Attorney.
Relevant addresses for sending your FOIA request
300 Monroe Suite B-110
O. Box 38
Kountze, TX 77625
(phone no. 409-246-5185)
P.O. Box 2997
Kountze, Texas 77625
Official reports indicate that in 2013, 401 suspects were apprehended. The number of offences was 984 (on average – 1,771.3 crimes per 100,000 residents). 2 people were murdered and 8 women were victims of rape. In addition, there were 7 victims of robbery and 65 victims of assault incidents.