Arrest Records and Warrants for Colorado County, Texas

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Scouring the internet for information can be highly rewarding, but it can also be very frustrating. If you’re something of a novice to the internet, then it is often best if someone can help you perform internet searches to get at specific kinds of information. If you’re hunting information regarding the arrest warrants and the arrest records of persons for Colorado County, Texas, then you have definitely come to the right article.

You’re going to want to start by reaching the County Sheriff of Colorado County, Sheriff R. H. Curly Wied. You can send letters of inquiry to PO Box 607, in Columbus, Texas 78934, or visit his offices to inquire in person at 2215 Walnut Street, in Columbus, Texas.

One of the problems with contacting the sheriff directly is that they may not necessarily want to give you the information you’re requesting, or they may not even have it. If the crime occurred outside of their jurisdiction, they might not even be able to provide you with that information.

Because of this, it can be best to use a resource that transcends county lines and instead can gather data from throughout Texas. Thankfully, such a resource exists, and you can find it here: Enter as much information as you have, and then browse the results at your leisure.

Is it possible to access the Colorado County warrant list and arrest records over the phone? (Current as of 2021)

  • (979) 732-2535 – Call the Colorado County Jail for arrests-information.
  • (979) 732-2388 – Call the Sheriff’s Office for arrest records, incident and accident reports.
  • (979) 732-2604 – Call the County Court for information on warrants.
  • (979) 732-2536 – Call the Clerk of Court for judicial records inquiries.
  • (979) 732-8203 – Call the Colorado County Attorney’s Office for victim’s assistance.

Crime statistics of Colorado County

In comparison to the nearly 115 crime reports of 2018, the Colorado Sheriff’s Department received more than 135 criminal complaints in 2019. There were almost 120 crimes against property and 20 offenses against people in this annual total.

Nearly 80 larceny thefts, 30 burglaries, and more than 10 car thefts were recorded as crimes against property. There were 10 aggravated assaults, 7 rapes, and 1 case of robbery among the reported violent offenses.

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