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Andrews County - Court, Public, and Arrest Records

Andrews County is based in the state of Texas. In the year of 1876, Andrews County originated, and was later organized in 1910. In 2017, Andrews County had a total human population of 17,722, shown by a local census.

Its county seat is Andrews.

Andrews is named for Richard Andrews, a soldier of the Texas Revolution.

Arrest Records

In the county in question, there were 116 property crimes and 14 violent crimes in the year of 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Rusty Stewart, Sheriff
Andrews County Sheriff’s Office
201 N. Main, Rm 113
Andrews, TX 79714
Phone: (432) 523-5545
rstewart@co.andrews.tx.us

Andrews County Criminal Records

State Police are required to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders inside their jurisdiction across the USA. This can include offenders who are working, living, incarcerated, or attending school in the neighborhood. Citizens then have the essential right to access this list. The search tools made available online allow the people of Andrews County to seek out every sex offender inside of a certain mileage of their home

Court Records in Andrews County

In Andrews County, the County Clerk is answerable for all civil, family, and criminal cases. All records regarding these cases are stored by the County Clerk. There are a number of ways to obtain these records, via one of the following:

Vicki Scott, County Clerk
215 NW 1st Street
Andrews, TX 79714
P.O. Box 727
Phone: (432) 524-1426

Note - Typical documents can typically be delivered via mail, email, or fax, but official/certified documents can only be delivered via mail. $1 per page is the price for normal records. Any official/certified files cost $5 per page.

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Andrews County Public Records

The County Clerk is answerable for sustaining all records within the county. Someone's key life events are all found within these vital files. Birth, death marriage, and divorce details can all be integrated within these records. The documents and records concerning these important events could include divorce decrees, divorce certificates and other divorce records, birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, marriage certificates. The records are all kept under one central vital file registry.

These public files can be viewed by Andrews County residents. In order to acquire files, an individual must enquire online, or order copies in person at:

Vicki Scott, County Clerk
215 NW 1st Street
Andrews, TX 79714
P.O. Box 727
Phone: (432) 524-1426