Guadalupe County, Texas Arrest Records and Warrants

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Launching an arrest warrants searchin Guadalupe County, TX is not just a surefire way to find information on third party crime history but to also get a fair idea about instances of identity theft and to get a formal background report for official purposes. Of course, these inquiries can also be used to find any arrest warrants that are pending in your own name.

However, in this scenario, it would not be prudent to take the warrant search to a state department. You cannot find out about Guadalupe County arrest records and outstanding warrants over the phone. So, writing to the agency or visiting them are the only two options available. Also, when you are at the office of the law enforcement agency or the judiciary, you will be told to provide a government issued photo ID.

So, they will undoubtedly find out if there is an arrest warrant in Guadalupe County against you and then it is straight to the slammer! Fortunately, people who find themselves in a quandary over an existing active warrant, don't have to resort to taking the help of state agencies; there is a simpler and safer way.

Take a look at the form on top of this web page. Filling it will get you the link to a private agency's website that offers crime history data online. Through them you can find information on Guadalupe County active warrants and arrests and crime records from the rest of the nation as well. However, those of you who need a formal background report will have to take their inquiry to state offices. The agencies that you can approach have been listed below:

  • Law enforcement: 2611 N Guadalupe St, Seguin, Texas 78155
  • Judiciary: 101 E Court St, Seguin, TX 78155
  • County clerk: As above

Approximately 2800 criminal complaints are taken to the sheriff's department of Guadalupe County, Texas every year. Of these instances, about 8% are cases of violent crime while the remaining are property crimes.In recent years, there has been a spurt of almost 70% in incidents of this type.

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