Throughout the state of Texas, all arrest warrant laws are the same. This is not because each county independently came to a consensus regarding warrant laws, but rather because the state of Texas itself issued the laws that all warrants must follow. Although Stonewall County issues warrants, as all counties can, arrest warrants in Texas are issued through the authority of the state. This extension of authority has a number of implications, including granting police forces the ability to execute arrest warrants over state lines.
All TX arrest warrants fall under the Arrest Under Warrant section of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, which you can read at https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm. Essentially, this code stipulates the way that all Texas warrants must be handled. While you can read all of the details at the link above, this basically comes down to requiring police forces to issue sufficient evidence against a suspect in a court, which will then enable a judge/magistrate to issue a warrant for that suspect. Once the warrant is issued and signed, police forces have 48 hours to apprehend the suspect.
We recommend directly contacting the Stonewall County Sheriffs Office for all arrest warrant inquiries. You can find their website at http://www.stonewallcountytexas.us/Sheriff/Sheriff.htm. You may visit their offices in person at 432 S. Jefferson Ave., in Aspermont TX, 79502, or you can call it at 940-989-3333. If you find that you do have an active TX warrant for you in Stonewall County, we recommend turning yourself in. However, you should always seek legal counsel before proceeding with any criminal matter.
If you would like to look at the arrest records of current prisoners in Texas, you may do so through the TDCJs search tool 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.