Warrants in Texas

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If you live in Texas and would like to research an arrest warrant, our “Texas Warrants Directory” provides links to a variety of resources containing arrest warrants and wanted persons.

Types of warrants. Available warrant links include:
• Child Support Evaders
• Located or Arrested Child Support Evaders
• Texas Department of Public Safety “10 Most Wanted Fugitives”
• U.S. Drug Enforcement – Texas Division
• Hot Check Warrants
• County and City Police Department Warrants
• Additional types of warrants

How to search. You can easily research the warrants in Texas by using these following steps:

1. Start on the main page. On our “Free Public Records Search Directory” main page, click on the “Texas” link to navigate to the “Texas Free Public Records Directory

2. Select a category. On the “Texas Free Public Records Directory” main page, click on “Choose a Public Record Category” and select “Warrants.”

3. Choose a link. On the “Texas Warrants Directory” main page, there are a variety of links for state, county, and city warrants. Select a link under the county you are searching within such as Galveston County “Wanted Persons.”

4. Return to record page. Click on “Return to Results” in the upper right hand corner of the page to return to the “Texas Warrants Directory” main page.

5. Return to main page. If you’d like to return to our main page for additional searches, you can click either “Home” or “Free Searches” located in the upper left hand corner. Both pages allow you to choose another state or record type to search for.

Once you’ve reviewed the “Texas Warrants” page, you’ll see that the links can be used for many different purposes. If you are meeting up with someone that you met online for the first time, you can check for any outstanding warrants. You might also want to use the site to research suspicious neighbors in order to curtail criminal activities in your neighborhood. If you’re owed child support, the link of “Child Support Evaders” includes parents who are delinquent in court ordered support payments and the link “Located or Arrested Child Support Evaders” could be useful for checking the status of an ex-spouse’s warrant.

No matter what your reason is for using this site, these resources can help provide both protection and ease of mind. For information about other state and federal warrant links, please see our blog article entitled “Warrants and Most Wanted Persons.”

You can also check out our “How to Use Free Public Records Search Directory” blog article for additional information about our site and the other types of searchable public records. Future blog articles will cover more of our free public record searches.