You have two choices regarding procuring arrest records and warrants for both Baylor County and any other county in Texas. These choices ultimately boil down to this: you can either spend hours upon hours entering multiple, fruitless searches into a search engine like Google looking for these records, or you can take the more efficient route of just using official, state-sanctioned resources for accessing these records.
Although different sheriff’s offices throughout the state are more inclined than others to disperse information like arrest warrants, others are more than willing. Even some counties provide this information in an online area, although Baylor County is not one of those. To get started, you will want to give the Baylor County Sheriff a call at (940)889-3333 or send him an email at bcsheriff at cebridge.net.
If contacting the sheriff directly doesn’t provide as much information as you would like, and you are still trying to find an arrest record for someone in Baylor County or anywhere in Texas, then we advise you to utilize some of the tools provided online by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. You can find their main web page at http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/, which explains a lot about what this organization does.
However, you will want to eventually make your way to their Offender Search, which will permit you to search and scan all of the records of persons that are in jail right now. These records do not include those records of persons who aren’t in jail right now, though to get those, you will need to consent to the person being investigated.