|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1758)Texas County Police Departments|
|Goodwell Police Department||104 Main Street||Goodwell||OK||73939||580-349-2566|
|Texas County Police Departments|
|Guymon Police Department||906 Northwest 5th Street||Guymon||OK||73942||580-338-6525|
|Hardesty Town Police Department||109 Broadway||Hardesty||OK||73944||580-888-4534|
|Hooker Police Department||111 Broadway Street||Hooker||OK||73945||580-652-2111|
|Oklahoma Highway Patrol - Troop I||South Perkins Avenue||Guymon||OK||73942||580-338-3366|
|Texhoma Police Department||221 Main Street||Texhoma||OK||73949||580-423-7771|
|Texhoma Police Department||West Main Street||Texhoma||OK||73949||580-423-7771|
|Tyrone Police Department||102 West Main Street||Tyrone||OK||73951||580-854-6400|
|Texas County Sheriff Department|
|Texas County Sheriffs Office / Texas County Jail||1102 South Ellison Street||Guymon||OK||73942||580-338-4000|
|Texas County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Texas County Child Support Warrants|
|Texas County Criminal Records Search|
|Texas County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Texas County Sex Offender Registry|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
Other Records in Texas County
What Are Warrant Records?
Warrant Records in Texas County Oklahoma are public documents that list any and all warrants for arrests, violations, crimes, judgments, etc. warrants are issued by a judge based on probable cause that the defendant has committed a crime. Warrant records also serve as evidence if a person is being searched or arrested. Warrant records in Texas are maintained by the courts in the county where the warrants were issued.
The warrant is one of the most important public records that exist in the country. Warrant records are public so people can know if someone they know has been arrested or if a friend they have lost contact with may be out of town and in hiding. In addition, a warrant can be filed against a person when there is reason to believe that the person is guilty of a crime. If the person fails to appear at their court date, or is evicted from a house or apartment, the warrant can be filed. When this happens, the police can pick the person up and take them to jail.
Warrant records in Texas are kept in the state’s criminal justice department. There are two types of public records that are found in the state’s criminal justice system; these are arrests records and criminal history records. Arrests records list the details of a person that have been arrested while in the state. Criminal history records include more detailed information on a person’s background; this includes any judgments or charges that have been filed against the person.
There are many reasons why a warrant may be issued. For example, an individual may be arrested for a warrant without having their name on any type of public record. Another reason for a warrant to be issued is if a person fails to appear at a court date. A warrant can even be issued for failure to pay child support or fines. Warrant records can also be issued if a person is suspected of a crime, even if the person does not have a record.
In addition to an arrest warrant, there can also be other warrants for a person. A warrant can be for suspicion of breaking a state law, for example. These warrants can be called bench warrants or felony warrants. Warrant records can show a person’s full names and current address, as well as the crime they were accused of.
Warrant records can be very useful when you want to hire someone new. If a person has been arrested for suspicion of a crime, you can use this record to see if the person’s background was clean ever. It can also show a potential employer how clean a person’s past history is. To view a person’s warrant records, you will need to contact the Texas State Department of Licensing and Regulation.