Lamb County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1834)Lamb County Police Departments
Amherst Police Department1012 Main StreetAmherstTX79312806-246-3421
Lamb County Police Departments
Earth Police Department202 East Main StreetEarthTX79031806-257-3336
Littlefield Police Department100 West 6th StreetLittlefieldTX79339806-385-5161
Olton Police Department900 Main StreetOltonTX79064806-285-3074
Sudan Police Department115 East 1st AvenueSudanTX79371806-227-2111
Lamb County Sheriff Department
Lamb County Sheriffs Department / Lamb County Jail1200 East Waylon Jennings BoulevardLittlefieldTX79339806-385-7900
Lamb County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Lamb County Child Support Warrants
Lamb County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Lamb County Sex Offender Registry
Lamb County Sheriff Website

How Can I Search For My Own Warrant?

In Texas, warrants are legal documents issued by a judge that allow police officers to do things like arrest a suspect without having to have them arrested first. Warrant records are also called “parole-in-lieu of arrest” or “parole warrant.” It is important to know what these records are and why you need them if you’re ever stopped. Here’s what you need to know about how they work.

First, what happens when someone is arrested? When a person is arrested by police for suspicion of a crime, the arresting officer will place an arrest warrant out for the person’s arrest. The warrant will specify that if the person does not appear at the court date scheduled for his or her arrest, the warrant will be carried out. If the person doesn’t appear, then the warrant will be executed and the person’s name will be added to the state’s sex offenders list.

So how does this work when you’re searching for warrant records? When you want to find out someone’s arrest record, all you really need to do is go to the Texas Vital Records Registry (TYR). The Texas Vital Records Registry keeps track of a person’s birth, death, marriage, divorce and adoption records.

To begin the search, you can visit the website of the Texas Vital Records Registry or call their offices directly. Each office will be able to provide you with the information you need. However, if the person you’re looking for has an active arrest warrant, you won’t be able to access their records online. Instead, you’ll have to visit the court house where the warrant was issued. This could take several hours, so it’s important to plan your investigation accordingly.

Once you visit the court house, you’ll be able to search their records. If you do find any public records of the person, they’ll be listed in the system for you. However, these records are not guaranteed accurate. They may also not have information on arrest warrants, sex crimes, or minor traffic offenses.

It’s important to remember that you’ll have to pay for any records you obtain. Warrant records are simply a part of what the government provides to you. If you need the records for legal or personal reasons, it’s usually free. If you need to search an arrest warrant, however, you should make an appointment with your local court.

You can go about obtaining a copy of a warrant in two ways. First, you can go to the courthouse where the warrant was originally issued, and fill out an application requesting permission to search the records. Second, you can contact the local police department and arrange to have a background check performed on the person in question. This service is usually free.

Keep in mind that warrant records are considered public information. In other words, anyone can access them. This means that if you happen to run into an individual with a warrant for suspicion of crime, you have the right to go to the courthouse and get information about the person.