Arrest Records and Warrants for Carson County, Texas

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The best place to begin any internet search for arrest warrants for Carson County, Texas, is definitely going to be through the Carson County Sheriff’s Office. This is for a wide variety of different reasons. However, the most important reason is that only the sheriff will have information that you can rely on. Although many websites will offer to sell you this kind of information, they may receive their information from unreliable sources, they may be out of date, or they may even be wrong.

Therefore, you should contact the Sheriff of Carson County. You may do so at PO Box 972, in Panhandle, Texas.

You can also ask the sheriff about arrest records for persons currently in jail in the county. This means you can ask if someone you know is currently imprisoned, and the sheriff will likely tell you. However, you will need to rely on other sources for a full list of everyone within the county jail.

Thankfully, there also exist official sources from which you can derive arrest records from across the state. You can find the best tool on the internet at As a note, this tool is managed entirely by Texas state sources and is updated constantly, so it is not a bad idea to rely on it.

Is it possible to get a hold of Carson County’s warrant list and arrest records over the phone? (At the time of writing, 2021)

  • If you want to find out about arrests, call (806) 537-3511.
  • If you want to do a warrant search, call (806)537-3622.
  • If you want information on victim’s assistance, call (806) 447-0055.
  • If you are interested in a criminal case search, call (806)537-3873.

Crime statistics of Carson County

The Carson Sheriff’s Office received 47 criminal complaints in 2019, which included 25 non-person crimes and 22 violent crimes.

The non-person crimes category included 15 larceny thefts, 9 burglaries, and 1 motor vehicle theft. The violent crimes category included 16 aggravated assaults, 2 rapes, and 3 robberies.

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