Mills County TX Warrants Search

Texas Arrest Reports and Warrant Search

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Before you begin any search on the internet, it is crucial to understand the thing you are searching for fully. In Texas, as with many other states, a warrant of arrest is a writ that enables law enforcement officials to arrest and prosecute the person named on the warrant. An arrest warrant is issued only after compelling evidence is presented to Texas’s courts by a prosecutor. For it to be valid, it needs to contain the individual’s name, the crimes that they are believed to have committed, and the signature of the approving magistrate or judge. Arrest warrants must be executed within 48 hours of being signed.

There are several different ways that you can search for arrest warrants for Mills County, TX, although we have found the best way is to contact the Mills County Sheriff’s Office. You can find their street address at PO Box 1497, in Goldwaithe, TX 76844. Accessing Mills County TX arrest records is a somewhat easier affair, and there are several different online resources available to this end. The first, provided by the TDCJ, enables users to search out the arrest records of individuals already in prison. You can find this database at Or, you can use the above search form to search through an online criminal records database instantly.

Do you have an active warrant in Mills County, TX? If so, it’s best to turn yourself in. Please understand that because warrants are issued at the state level, you can be arrested no matter what county in the state you are in. By the end of 2010, 21 people from Mills County were in jail, with another 3 at the state level, according to the Statistical Report filed by the TDCJ

How do you inquire about active warrants and recent arrests from Mills County over the phone? (2021-current)

  • Details on arrests can be obtained by calling (325) 648-2245.
  • Information on Mills County outstanding warrants can be availed by calling (325)648-2222.
  • Information on victim services can be sought by calling (325)648-2233.
  • Details about initiating a case search can be obtained by calling (325)648-2711.

Crime statistics of Mills County

The crime rate of Mills County decreased by 61% in 2019. However, nearly 15 of the 34 complaints filed were against violent crimes. These involved 13 cases of physical assault and 1 case of rape. There were roughly 20 property crime complaints filed in 2019. Of these cases, 9 were attributed to larceny-theft while the remaining 11 complaints resulted from instances of burglary.

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