Cass County, Texas: Arrest Records and Warrants

Texas Arrest Reports and Warrant Search

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You could spend hours upon hours digging around a variety of different websites for arrest records for Cass County, and the worst thing is, you might never find them. One reason for this is that a full criminal background check can be obtained only by filling out the proper paperwork and by getting the explicit consent of the person whose background you apparently need to have access to.

However, that doesn’t mean that all arrest records are unobtainable. There is an online resource that actually specializes in getting everyday citizens the records of people who are currently in jail. While this search tool cannot provide an extensive background, it will tell you what persons currently in jail did to land themselves there and some other personal information about them. You can find this tool here:

Unfortunately, there isn’t a resource quite like this for getting the arrest warrant information for every person in the state. Because of a lack of statewide search tools like this, you will be best off by simply contacting Cass County’s sheriff for arrest warrants in that county.

You should be aware that the sheriff may ask that you visit the station in person or even refuse to give you this information. If you run into this kind of problem, we advise contacting a civil defense attorney as quickly as possible.

How can I get arrest records and warrant details from Cass County over the phone? (Expires in 2021)

  • Data on recent arrests: (903) 756-7511.  
  • Information on active warrants: (903)756-5181.  
  • Details about assistance available to witnesses and victims: (903) 756-7541.
  • County Judicial records: (903)756-7514.  

Crime statistics of Cass County

Cass County’s yearly crime rate decreased by 16% to 206 incidents in 2019. Of the cases reported, 32 were violent crimes.  These included 3 rape cases and 28 violent assaults. Larceny-theft was responsible for 92 of the property crime complaints, while burglaries led to the filing of over 60 cases.


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