Arrest Records and Warrants for Clay County, Texas

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If you really wanted to, you could literally spend days combing the web for the excellent information that deals with arrest records and warrants for Clay County, Texas. But who has the time, the energy, or even the drive to do that? We all want to find the information we’re looking for quickly and not be hassled with irrelevant details. Thankfully, websites like ours specialize in getting exactly this information for you.

While not all of this is available online, you will still be able to get it provided you’re willing to make a phone call.

The information that requires a phone call is that which deals with arrest warrants. Although some counties in Texas provide arrest warrants online, Clay County, at least at the current time, does not. You will want to contact them to ask about arrest warrants.

If you’re just trying to get details about who is who in Texas prisons, then the best resource available will actually be one that is online. This resource, provided by the Texas DCJ, will tell you what individual perpetrators did to land themselves in jail. Their home page can be found at The search tool that you’re going to want to familiarize yourself with, however, can be found here: To use it, fill out the requested details, and browse the results.

Is it feasible to acquire information over the phone about Clay County arrest warrants and recent arrests? (2021-Update)

  • Arrest records and recent arrests-(940) 538-5611.
  • Warrant search-(940)538-4651.
  • Victim’s assistance-(940)538-6677.
  • Judicial records-(940)538-4561.

Crime statistics of Clay County

Between 2018 and 2019, Clay County’s crime rate decreased by about 20%, from an annual average of 149 incidents to 119. In 2019, 103 complaints were submitted against property offenses, while the rest were for violent crimes.

Nearly 50 reports were filed for larceny thefts, and over 30 complaints were filed for burglary. Around 10 reports of aggravated assault were among the 16 complaints lodged against violent crimes.

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