Wharton County Arrest Records and Warrant Search
It is your responsibility to make sure you or your loved ones will not get in harm’s way. Therefore, you might want to perform a criminal background check on people you associate with to find out if they have a criminal record. This check consists of tracing arrest records and outstanding warrants.
Undertaking a Wharton County arrest search
There are two useful sources within the sheriff office that will help you locate Wharton County arrest records. Start with the Jail Division. Contact them to find out if anyone you know is held in the county jail. Their telephone numbers are 979-282- 9555 or 979-543-1373 (ext. 236).
For a more thorough search that will also reveal former detainees, contact the sheriff’s Record Division at 979-532-1550 or visit them in person at 315 East Elm St. Wharton, TX 77488.
You have an option to carry out a more comprehensive inquiry to include all of Texas:
- To view a person’s arrest history all over the state, go to the computerized database maintained by the TxDPS. The search engine does not include minor offenses. In addition, you will be required to open an account.
- To run a Texas inmate search, refer to the TDCJ’s online offenders database. Search parameters include the following: an inmate’s name, TDCJ number or SID number. You can narrow the search by including gender and race as well.
Undertaking a wanted persons search
To trace Wharton County warrants, we advise turning to the sheriff’s Record Division (For contact details, see above). Moreover, you may choose to use the search tool annexed to this article. It includes detailed criminal reports that display a person’s full criminal history and prior convictions. The data is accurate and updated. Searchers’ confidentiality is guaranteed.
How to obtain Wharton County court records
If you wish to find out whether the person whose background you are checking has ever been convicted of a crime, you should trace the county’s criminal court dockets. There are two offices that can assist you:
- For misdemeanor records refer to the Criminal and Civil Department at the county clerk office (for further details, contact 979-532-2381).
- For felony records turn to the district clerk. They can be reached at 979-532-5542.
Bear in mind that although Texas Public Information Act obligates the authorities to reveal public records, to acquire the state and county’s criminal files, you may be asked to submit a formal FOIA request. For further details, consult the website of theTexas Attorney General.
The number of offences that were committed in the county in 2013 reached 1,154. The number of violent crimes was 159; the rest were property crimes. Police took into custody 314 suspects.