Getting arrest records and arrest warrant information for Grimes County, Texas, can be difficult if you don’t know where to look and how. Because of how precarious an arrest warrant situation can be for both those directly implicated and all of those persons who are close to them, you must find out as quickly as possible if there is a warrant out in your name or that of someone close to you.
According to the FAQ of the Grimes County Sheriffs Office, warrant information cannot be given out over the phone. Moreover, you can only have a warrant check performed for yourself, so you won’t be able to look up warrants for other people. If you do end up having an active warrant out for you, then it’s pretty likely that you will be arrested on the spot, so you should be prepared to surrender yourself. You may perform this warrant check by appearing in person, with your state-provided identification, at 382 FM 149 West, in Anderson, Texas 77830.
Thankfully, looking up arrest records has far fewer limitations placed upon it. All that you will need to visit a couple of websites and follow the directions that power the search engines found on them. We recommend starting with a criminal history name search, which you can perform at https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DpsWebsite/CriminalHistory/. You can also search a database of all current Texas prison inmates at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp. Combined, these tools can give a highly detailed arrest record history for persons of Grimes County, Texas.
How do I obtain arrest records and warrant information from Grimes County over the phone? (Valid until 2021)
- To get arrest records, call the Grimes Sheriff’s Department at (936) 873-2151.
- To get information about recent arrests, call the Grimes County Jail at (936) 873-6439.
- To conduct a search for arrest warrants, contact the Grimes County Court at (936)873-4476.
- To know how to obtain criminal case records, call the Clerk of Court’s office at (936)873-4433.
- To get victim assistance information, contact the Grimes County Attorney’s Office at (936)873-6456.
Crime statistics of Grimes County
In 2020, the Grimes Sheriff’s Office received more than 410 criminal complaints. These included over 330 property crimes and almost 80 violent crimes.
The property crimes category included 169 larceny thefts, 107 burglaries, and 57 motor vehicle thefts. The violent crimes category included 51 aggravated assaults, 16 rapes and 11 robberies.