Before beginning a formal Taylor County TX warrants search, it is important to have an understanding of what Texas arrest warrants are, how they function, and how they come to be created. Although arrest warrants are created both on behalf of the state of Texas and through the authority of the entire state of Texas, Taylor County arrest warrants must be created in a court within Taylor County. This has the significant implication of meaning that an arrest warrant issued in Taylor County is valid and executable anywhere in the state of Texas.
In order for a warrant to be issued, police forces must first present evidence to a court in Taylor County. Provided that the evidence is considered sufficient by a judge, the warrant will be issued and signed, at which point police forces must apprehend the suspect within 48 hours. All warrants must also include the name of the suspect and the crime committed.
Searching for a Taylor County arrest warrant means contacting the Taylor County TX Sheriffs Office. Their website, located at https://taylorcountytexas.org/178/Sheriffs-Office, details some of their policies, although you will be best served by visiting their offices at 450 Pecan, in Abilene TX 79602, or by calling 325-674-1300. If youre interested in arrest records for Taylor County TX, you can either consult the Offender Information Search database at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp (primarily useful for current prisoners), or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.
If you find that you have an active Taylor County TX arrest warrant, we recommend turning yourself over to the authorities as soon as possible. However, you should always consult an attorney before proceeding, as we cannot provide formal legal advice.
According to 2010s Annual Statistical Report from the TDCJ, as many as 1,098 persons were in Taylor County prisons. You can read more statistics at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf .