Angelina County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1026)Angelina County Police Departments
Central Independent School District Law Enforcement7622 U.s. 69PollokTX75969936-853-2216
Angelina County Police Departments
Diboll Police Department400 Kenley StreetDibollTX75941936-829-5586
Hudson Independent School District Police Department6735 Ted Trout DriveLufkinTX75904936-875-9232
Hudson Police Department201 Mount Carmel RoadLufkinTX75904936-875-3028
Huntington Independent School District Police Department908 North Main StreetHuntingtonTX75949936-876-4287
Huntington Police Department802 U.s. 69HuntingtonTX75949936-422-4195
Lufkin Police Department300 East Shepherd AvenueLufkinTX75901936-633-0356
Zavalla Police Department838 East Main StreetZavallaTX75980936-897-3311
Angelina County Sheriff Departments
Angelina County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 114LufkinTX75902936-634-3331
Angelina County Sheriffs Office / Angelina County Jail2311 East Lufkin AvenueLufkinTX75901936-634-3331
Angelina County FBI Office
Lufkin Texas FBI Office415 South 1st StreetLufkinTX75901936-637-3834
Angelina County Probation Department
Angelina County Probation705 Ellen Trout DriveLufkinTX75904936-634-8365
Angelina County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Angelina County Arrest Warrants
Angelina County Child Support Warrants
Angelina County Court Records (Texas)
Angelina County Jail Records
Angelina County Jail Website
Angelina County Most Wanted
Angelina County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Angelina County Sex Offender Registry
Angelina County Sheriff's Department Inmate Search
City of Lufkin Government
Lufkin Crime Map

Performing a Warrant Records Search Online

Warrant Records are one of the most requested public records in the state of Texas. They provide valuable information for anyone who is interested in finding out if someone they know has been arrested or had a warrant out for their arrest issued by a court. In most cases, warrants are issued when a person fails to show up for their court date as to avoid arrest. Arrest warrants are considered to be an evidence that the person in question committed a crime at a specific point in time. This means that they will be arrested and their warrant records will be accessible to the public.

However, warrant applications and warrants are different from arrest warrants. A warrant application is a request made by a law enforcement agency for an emergency search of a person’s records. If the request is approved, then an agent will go to the location specified and retrieve the documents that are listed in the warrant. Warrants will only be executed if a court order has been obtained. However, there are instances where a warrant can be issued without a court order.

It is easy to let a lie linger because you did not actually intend to do anything that would result in your warrant being carried out. There are two distinct types of warrants: criminal and civil. A criminal warrant is carried out if a person has committed a crime in a jurisdiction other than the one that the warrant is targeted at. For example, if a person is accused of rape in California but wants to avoid a jury trial so that he can avoid the death penalty, he can apply to have his warrant carried out in another state.

Warrant records are collected and maintained by different governmental agencies such as the Texas Department of Public Safety, or DPS; the Texas Department of Emergency Services, or DPS; the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, or TABC, and the Texas State Guard. Each of these departments have their own records. For example, DPS will allow a person to search its database for information related to any outstanding warrants that have been issued against a person. The same can be said for the other departments.

These records have certain limitations. In addition to having to obtain permission from the person in question, these records cannot be released without the express written permission of the concerned departments concerned. The record can only be given to someone who is not prohibited from having access to it. Also, a court order cannot be claimed by anyone for a copy of any record obtained. Warrant records can only be given to authorized officials.

Warrant records are public information. In most states, they can be viewed online for a fee. Some of the websites allow a state resident to perform a free search within their records. But to get more comprehensive information, a fee may be required.