Kenedy County, Texas Arrest Records and Warrants

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As one of the smallest counties in Texas (in terms of population Kenedy Count houses only 388 people) and one of the counties with the fewest persons currently in prison (only 16 as of 2010), Kenedy County is a tranquil and safe county to live in. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that crimes aren’t committed and that arrest warrants are not issued, just that there aren’t many of them.

You can find statistics concerning the official census of Kenedy County at and a full report of a crime in the state of Texas at

Due to the small size of Kenedy County, they do not have a website which details the operations of the Kenedy County Sheriffs Office. Because of this, you will need to contact the office directly to make inquiries concerning arrest warrants. We recommend visiting the offices directly at 101 E. La Parra Ave, in Sarita, Texas, 78385.

Because it is often much easier to use a web resource to look up information rather than making visits or phone calls, we would like to direct you to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice website if you’re looking for arrest records. Using the tool found at, you can see all of the persons currently in prison in Texan jails. Through this, you can compile a meaningful report on all of the arrest records for the county.

How can I get arrest records and warrant details from Kenedy County over the phone? (Expires in 2021)

  • (361) 294-5205 – Call for information about recent arrests.
  • (361)294-5224 – Call For information on outstanding warrants
  • (361)294-5292 – Call for victim-witness assistance
  • (361)294-5220 – Call for information on initiating a search for Kenedy County judicial records

Crime Statistics of Kenedy County

Around 10 criminal cases were filed in Kenedy County in 2020. Car thefts led to the filing of the majority of these cases, with an annual average of 7 cases, while simple theft led to the filing of 2 cases. There were no violent crimes reported during this period.

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