Fayette County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1538)Fayette County Police Departments
Flatonia Police Department125 East North Main StreetFlatoniaTX78941361-865-3337
Fayette County Police Departments
Flatonia Police Department105 South Market StreetFlatoniaTX78941361-865-3337
La Grange City Municipal Court243 South College StreetLa GrangeTX78945979-968-5806
La Grange Police Department243 South College StreetLa GrangeTX78945901-878-1246
Schulenburg Police Department607 North Upton AvenueSchulenburgTX78956979-743-2677
Fayette County Sheriff Department
Fayette County Sheriffs Department / Fayette County Jail1646 North Jefferson StreetLa GrangeTX78945979-968-5856
Fayette County Probation Department
Fayette County Probation Department252 North Main StreetLa GrangeTX78945979-968-6865
Fayette County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Fayette County 155th District Court Records
Fayette County Child Support Warrants
Fayette County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Fayette County Sex Offender Registry
Fayette County Sheriff Website

The Purpose of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Fayette County Texas are available to anyone who is required to produce these documents. These documents, also known as affidavits of inducement or probable cause, are required when a person wishes to hire another person to work for him/her in a certain capacity. There are many instances in which hiring someone will lead to conflicts of interest, and if this is the case, the records can be used to either secure jobs, or as leverage to get things done your way.

Warrant Records in Fayette County Texas are maintained by the Fayette County Court Records. These records have been in existence since the 19th century. In case you have any questions as to whether or not a person has a criminal record, it is very simple to find out. All you need to do is visit the website of the court. On the website is a link that will take you to the forms that you need to fill out. You can then print out the forms and bring them to the designated place for processing.

Once the application has been completed, all you need to do is wait for the person to be fingerprinted and photographed before they are allowed to leave. This will give you a chance to see the warrant that was obtained against the person. The picture should be taken of the face of the person, the signature, and the date and time of the arrest. You will also need to know the location of the arrest. This information can all be verified on the arrest records.

Warrant records are kept in two different places: at the police station where the arrest occurred, and at the court house. At the police station, all warrants that have been issued will be on file. At the courthouse, the records are stored in an index that is always updated. The index is usually accessed in person, but in certain instances, fax can be used.

When you view these documents, you will most likely find the following information: the person’s name, date of arrest, location (city and state), the crime committed, name of employer, contact information, and other relevant information. If additional information is needed, it may be noted. You will also find that the person’s permanent address is documented, whether they have had a warrant out for their arrest, and their status as a sex offender. If someone other than the person in question has requested the criminal record information, then that will also be noted.

In order to view the records, you will need to fill out an application. Depending on what type of information you are searching for, this can be done in person, by phone, or online. If you are concerned about how your privacy is handled, or if you would like to see the warrant records of a person you are not familiar with, then you can go online to a public records search site.