Leon County, Texas Arrest Records and Warrants

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Are you worried that there is an arrest warrant out in your name in Leon County, Texas? If so, then you should verify the status of your warrant as quickly as possible. This is because having an arrest warrant out for you can dramatically impact your life and those around you. What’s more, turning yourself in instead of allowing the police to pick you up at your home or during a routine traffic stop can often mean a lighter sentence.

Unfortunately, the Leon County Sheriffs Office does not provide a listing online of all current active arrest warrants. This means that you will need to contact Leon County’s sheriff directly to make arrest warrant inquiries. You may do so by visiting the sheriff’s office at 606 E. St. Marys Street in Centerville, Texas 75833.

If you have a criminal record but are otherwise not concerned that there is an active warrant out for you, then a few services may be of direct interest to you. This is because when applying for work, or even when just trying to make new friends, private citizens in Texas can find your records. If you know what records are available to you ahead of time, it will make dealing with that situation that much easier. You can perform a full criminal history name search at https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DpsWebsite/CriminalHistory/.

Who should you contact if you need information on recent arrests and warrants in Leon County? (By 2021)

  • When you want arrest records or incident reports from the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, call the dispatch phone number-(903) 536-2749.
  • When you want to get a warrant search done, contact the Leon County Court- (903)536-2331.
  • When you need to get in touch with Victim/Witness Services, call the Victim’s Advocate-(903)536-2131.
  • When you want to know about accessing criminal court records, contact the Clerk of District Court- (903)536-2227.

Crime statistics of Leon County

In 2019, the Leon Sheriff’s Department dealt with 127 criminal complaints, as opposed to the 46 cases registered in 2018. These included 116 non-violent crimes and 11 violent crimes.

The non-violent crimes category included 70 larceny thefts, 36 burglaries, and 10 motor vehicle thefts. The 11 cases filed in the violent offenses category were all against aggravated assault.

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