Few things can be so disruptive to your life and those you are close to, as having an active arrest warrant out in your name. Because of the potential chaos, these warrants can wreak, it is important to find out as soon as possible whether or not a warrant is out for you.
The best first step you can take to find out is to contact the sheriff of Lamb County, Texas, and ask them directly about arrest warrants. You can find the sheriff’s office at 1200 East Waylon, in Littlefield, Texas 79339.
Lamb County is a relatively small county, having only had some 13,500 persons at the end of the 2008 census (according to https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/popest.html ), it also has a lower arrest rate and crime rate than that of other, larger counties. In fact, there were a total of only 68 people confined in jails in Lamb County at the end of 2010 (according to the TDCJ report, which can be found at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf ).
If you would like to look at the arrest records of a particular person, whether they are in Lamb County or any other county in Texas, you’ll want to look at the TDCJs Offender Information Search tool, which is found at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp. This will allow you to view the arrest records of any person currently in the Texas prison system.
Is it possible to access the Lamb County warrant list and arrest records over the phone? (Current as of 2021)
- Call the Lamb County Jail Main Office’s phone number to learn about recent arrests: (806) 385-1473.
- Call the Sheriff’s Office to request an arrest report or incident report: (806) 385-7900.
- Call the Clerk of Court to request a case search: (806)385-4222 – ext. 241.
- Call the judiciary to get details on outstanding warrants: (806)385-4222 – ext. 200.
- Call the Lamb County Attorney’s Office to reach Victim/Witness Services: (806)385-4222.
Crime statistics of Lamb County
Almost 67 criminal complaints were filed by the Lamb Sheriff’s Department in 2019, compared to the 52 crimes reported in 2018. The figure included 61 property offenses and 6 crimes against people. The following crimes were reported:
- 31 larceny thefts
- 24 burglaries
- 6 motor vehicle thefts
- 3 aggravated assaults
- 2 rapes, and
- 1 robbery