In Van Zandt County, several specific regulations and statutes dictate the way that arrest warrants operate. These regulations have been issued from the state level, meaning that every county throughout Texas must follow them. You can read the full legislation of arrest warrant laws in Texas at statutes.capitol.texas.gov, and we will go over them briefly.
The most crucial detail of Van Zandt County arrest warrants and arrest warrants for every other county is that they are issued with the state of Texas’s full authority. One of the necessary details about this is that arrest warrants, regardless of which state they originated from, are valid and effective in every other county. This means that you can be arrested in any other county in the state if you have an active arrest warrant for Van Zandt County.
If you find out that you have an active arrest warrant for Van Zandt County, it is usually in your best interest to turn yourself over to authorities as soon as possible. However, we cannot give you legal advice, and because of this, you should contact a defense attorney as quickly as possible. To find out if you have a current arrest warrant in Van Zandt County, you should visit the station at 1220 W. Dallas Street, in Canton, TX 75103. Please be aware that appearing in person may mean potentially being arrested.
If you would like to look up the arrest records of the people currently serving time in Van Zandt County, you may do so here. If you would like to see criminal records, you can use the above search form to search through an online criminal records database instantly.
Who should you contact if you need information about recent arrests and warrants in Van Zandt County? (In the year 2021)
- For arrest records or incident reports, please call the Sheriff’s Office-(903) 567-4133.
- For questions about arrest warrants, please contact the Van Zandt County Court-(903)567-4071.
- For Victim Advocacy, please call the Van Zandt County Attorney’s Office-(903) 567-4104.
- For initiating a criminal case, please call the Clerk of Court-(903)567-6576.
Crime statistics of Van Zandt County
Almost 160 criminal complaints were filed by the Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Department in 2019. The figure included 160 property offenses and 1 violent crime. Cases were filed against:
- 67 larceny thefts
- 44 burglaries
- 19 motor vehicle thefts
- 1 robbery