No matter where you are in Texas, arrest warrants function in an identical way. This is because the laws that dictate arrest warrants in TX are written at the state level (you can read the complete statutes at https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm), and every county in the state must adhere to this law. This has several implications, although one of the most significant is that an arrest warrant in San Patricio County is valid in every other county in the state. This means that you can be arrested in any county, regardless of the origin of the arrest warrant.
In order for an active TX warrant to be issued, officers of the peace must first appear before a judge and display the evidence they have. If the judge believes that sufficient evidence has been gathered, he will issue an active warrant, which must include the name of the suspect and the crime they committed. Once issued, officers have 48 hours in which they must apprehend the suspect. Please note that warrants are not indications of guilt, and only a trial can demonstrate guilt.
In order to perform a San Patricio TX warrant search, we recommend contacting the San Patricio TX Sheriffs Office. You may do so in person at 300 North Rachal St., in Stinton, TX 78387, or by telephone at 361-364-2251. Please note that, if you choose to perform your search in person, you may be arrested if there is an active warrant for you. You can perform an arrest record search of the current prison population at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp . Or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.
According to 2010s Annual Statistical Report, as filed by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, as many as 409 people were in prison in San Patricio County. You can view the full report at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf .