Searching the internet for almost any official record can become a veritable minefield of difficulty, expensive, paid services, and outright bad content. This is because more private companies are offering to get you this information than there are official sources! However, you don’t usually have to pay for most of this information. That is if you know where to look. If you’re searching for arrest records and warrants for Fisher County, Texas, then we have just the right places for you to look.
Your best bet is to start with the Sheriff’s Office of Fisher County. Unfortunately, this office does not have a website, which means to get arrest warrant information, you’re going to need to contact their offices personally. You can do so in person at 112 North Concho Street, in Roby, Texas 79543. However, you should be aware that the sheriff may request that you appear in person, particularly if the arrest warrant is in your name. It is therefore prudent to have your legal counsel close at hand.
To find arrest records for Fisher County, we recommend the Texas Department of Criminal Justice website. This website has an excellent offender information search tool, located at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp, which can be used to look up the recent arrest records of pretty much everyone currently in Texas prisons.
Over the phone, how do you acquire information on Fisher County warrants and arrests? (This page was last updated in 2021.)
- Call Jail Bookings at (325) 776-2273 for information on recent arrests.
- Call the Fisher County Court at (325)776-2151 for information about arrest warrants.
- Call the Fisher County Prosecuting Attorney at (325)776-3251 for victim’s assistance.
- Call the Clerk of Court at (325)776-2279 for judicial records.
Crime Statistics of Fisher County.
It is rare for an area to have a violent crime rate that’s higher than the property crime rate. Unfortunately, that was the situation reported in Fisher County in 2020.
Although the annual crime average of 20 incidents certainly does not merit concern, the fact that 11 of these complaints were against violent crimes (assault) is a red flag. The 9 cases filed in the property crimes category included 3 burglaries, 4 thefts, and 2 car thefts.