In Pecos County, arrest warrants function in the same way that they operate in every other county in Texas. This is because, in Texas, warrants of arrest are an extension of the authority of the state of Texas, and are all governed by the same statute. (You can read this statute at https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm)
This makes understanding arrest warrant laws a much easier affair than were they different in each county. In order for an arrest warrant to be issued, peace officers must demonstrate to a judge or a magistrate that they have compelling evidence that points to a specific individual. If a judge or magistrate accepts this evidence, then they will authorize an arrest warrant for that individual. This warrant grants officers of the peace 48 hours to bring in the suspect. All arrest warrants need to include the name of the suspect, the crime they committed, and the signature of the authorizing judge or magistrate.
To find out if you have a current and active warrant for Pecos County TX, we advise you get into contact with the Pecos County Sheriffs Office. This can be done in a number of different ways, and you should begin with whichever method is easiest for you. The street address of their office is 1774 N. Hwy 185, in Fort Stockton, TX 79735. You can reach them via email at pcsheriff et co.pecos.tx.us. You can use this search tool ( https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp ) to look up the arrest records of all current prison inmates in Texas. Or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.
If you have an active warrant for Pecos County TX, we strongly advise that you turn yourself over to authorities as fast as possible. Please be aware that because arrest warrants function statewide, they can be executed even in other counties.
How can you get a copy of an arrest report or information on outstanding warrants from Pecos County over the phone? (Updated-2021)
- Recent arrests made by Pecos County Sheriff’s Office: (432) 336-3521.
- Questions about arrest warrants: (432)336-2792.
- Assistance offered to crime victims: (432)336-3742.
- Questions about criminal court case search: (432)336-3503.
Crime statistics of Pecos County
In 2019, the Pecos County Sheriff’s Office handled over 99 criminal complaints. Of these, 98 reports were for property offenses, while only a single complaint was filed against violent crime. This report was lodged against assault. Nearly 100 complaints against property crimes were filed in matters relating to larceny thefts (66 cases), burglaries (15 cases), and motor vehicle thefts (17 cases).