Conducting a Hutchinson County Warrant Search

Conducting a Hutchinson County warrant search is not complicated as it might seem. Whether your need spans from a sex offender search to obtaining a person’s arrest history, accessing criminal records for all types of offenses is easy and quick as this article illustrates.

Conducting a warrant inquiry

Arrest warrants authorize the police to take a suspect into custody on a probable cause that a crime has been committed. They must be signed by a judge or magistrate and once they are issued, they do not expire and can be used indefinitely until the suspect is apprehended.

Hutchinson County official website presents a list of outstanding warrants issued by JP1 Court, JP2 Court, and the County Court. The website will also enable to you to contact individual courts for more information.

Carrying out an arrest search

Arrest records do not indicate guilt. They only provide information on an individual’s incarceration history rather than convictions. A Hutchinson County arrest search should be done through Sheriff’s office. You will need to contact them to find out if the person you are searching has ever spent time in jail. Their phone number is 806-274-6343, and they are located at 1400 Veta Borger, Texas 79007.

The government of Texas presents two computerized inquiry tools that enable the public to run a background check throughout the entire state:

  • A criminal records search maintained by the TxDPS which contains police records that reveal a person’s prior arrests and prosecutions for offenses greater than Class B misdemeanor.
  • An offender search operated by the TDCJ which enables users to find an inmate in the state’s prisons.

 Finding Court Records

Court records will detail an individual’s past convictions. To view these records, Hutchinson County requires its residents to submit a formal request either to the County Clerk (for misdemeanor cases) or to the District Clerk (for felony cases). The Attorney General’s website elaborates on the prerequisites necessary for requesting access to public information.

In addition, the county provides an online case search service for court dockets. it requires signing up.

Finding Sex Offenders

Registered sex offenders can be identified through this website. It contains the entire Texas sex offender registry and will let you search for individuals or view new registrants.