An arrest warrant, in nearly every state in the country, is an authorization on behalf of the state to individual counties that permits them to apprehend and place under arrest a wanted suspect. A person can become wanted for any number of crimes, although they must always be either a crime broken through a federal law or a state law. In Texas, as according to the Code of Criminal Procedure found at https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm, arrest warrants are always issued by individual counties, and executed with the authority of the state.
What does authority of the state mean? It means that although an individual county may issue an arrest warrant, it is considered to be valid throughout the state. This means that if you have an active Webb County TX warrant, you cannot flee to another county in the hopes that you will not be pursued. All arrest warrants, no matter what county they originate from, must include the name of the suspect, the crimes they are accused of committing, and the signature of the authorizing judge. By signing an arrest warrant, a judge grants local police forces 48 hours to arrest the suspect.
It is important to have a clear idea of how to perform a Webb County TX warrants search. Unlike many other counties throughout the state of Texas, Webb County used to have a search tool to help facilitate this process. This tool, used to allow you to search active warrants in Webb County TX, but on a most recent search, the page could not be displayed and may have been removed. If you learn that you have an arrest warrant, we highly advise contacting a defense attorney before proceeding.
You can perform a Webb County arrest records search at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp for current prison inmates, or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.