The internet is filled with different websites that will attempt to get you to purchase information that should otherwise be free. This is almost always due to the difficulty that can be presented in hunting for that information. It isn’t always easy to find! While we won’t try to sell you information about arrest records and warrants for Cottle County, we will direct you to the best official sources of information that are out there.
Unfortunately, these tend to be lacking for Cottle County. In fact, the Cottle County Sheriffs Office doesn’t even have a website of their own, which is usually one of the best resources for this kind of information. Because of this, we were going to have to look in some other places.
You will want to start by directly contacting or visiting the Cottle County Sheriff. You can find their offices at 9th, in Paducah, Texas 79248. Inquire directly if you may speak to the warrant officer on duty, as they will have the easiest time accessing arrest warrant information.
A statewide resource for official information about arrest records can be found at the Texas DJs website, which is located at http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/. Although this group has a statewide focus, it can still be beneficial if you’re trying to track down specific individuals, whether they are friends or enemies, or family members. You can even search a database of all of the people that have been imprisoned recently at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp.
Who should you contact if you need information on recent arrests and warrants in Cottle County? (By 2021)
- To get information about arrests (last 24 hours), contact the Sheriff’s Office at (806) 492-2145.
- To get information on outstanding warrants, contact the Cottle County Court via phone at (806)492-3613.
- To request victim’s assistance, contact the Cottle County Attorney at (940)937-6158
- To learn more about how to get criminal court records, contact the Clerk of Court’s Office at (806)492-3823.
Crime statistics of Cottle County
In 2016, the Cottle County Police Department investigated 11 criminal complaints. Only one of these was a crime against a person; it was a case of assault. The remaining 10 offenses reported were all matters pertaining to property crime. Burglary led to the filing of 4 complaints, while larceny-theft brought in 5 complaints, and 1 complaint was attributed to motor vehicle theft.