Few things can be nearly as frustrating as hunting down official, state-provided records for the types of topics that can be sensitive. Due to a variety of both privacy and security laws and simply inadequate online resources, arrest records and warrants for Brewster County can be difficult to come by at best.
Thankfully, we have compiled a listing of the best ways to get these kinds of information. Although you could spend hours upon hours digging through various Internet search engine results, you would be far better served by clinging to official resources. This way, you can be sure that the records are accurate and up to date.
However, you should be aware that without receiving the express, prior consent of the person you are investigating, you cannot get a full set of criminal records.
That said, if you would like to see the arrest records of every person that is currently in jail anywhere in the state of Texas, then you will want to spend some time with a tool provided by the Texas DCJ. Their main web page is http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/.
However, the tool most important for this kind of inquiry can be located here: https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp. Fill out the requested details, and you will be presented with all of the information you require.
You can also directly contact the Brewster County, Texas Sheriffs Office at (432)836-3488 or in person at 201 W Avenue E, in Alpine.