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Bailey County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

The state of Texas is where you will find a number of different counties, including our focus today, Bailey County. Bailey County was organized in the year of 1919. A census demonstrated that Bailey County had a total population of 7,077 in 2017.

Its county seat is Muleshoe. It is named for Peter James Bailey, a defender of the Alamo.

Bailey County Arrest Records

In Bailey County, there were 10 violent crimes and 41 property crimes in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Bailey County Sheriff’s Office
Richard Wills, Sheriff
405 W 2nd St,
Muleshoe, TX 79347
Phone: (806) 272-4268

Bailey 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 registry provides an up-to-date list on not only those living in the area, but working, attending school, and those incarcerated too. The up-to-date list can be seen by members of the public. Citizens can use the tools online to find any nearby offenders.

Bailey County Court Records

In Bailey County, the County Courthouse is accountable for all civil, family, and criminal cases. All case records are accumulated and preserved by the County Clerk. In order to acquire one of these case files, people must ask online, or obtain copies in person at:

Bailey County Courthouse
Robin Dickerson, County Clerk
300 South 1st Street, Suite #200
Muleshoe, Texas 79347
Phone: (806) 272-3044
Fax: (806) 272-3538

Note - Typical files can normally be dispatched via mail, email, or fax, but official/certified details can only be dispatched via mail.

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Bailey County Public Records

The County Clerk is responsible for conserving all records within the county. People's critical life events are all found within these vital files. The vital data files in question can pertain to an individual's marriage, divorce, birth, death, plus much more. The records themselves include, but aren't limited to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce documents. Documents are all stored jointly in a central vital file registry to be utilized later for statistical analysis.

People in Bailey County can acquire access to these public details. These contacts are often used to view the records:

County Clerk
Robin Dickerson
300 South 1st Street, Suite #200
Muleshoe, Texas 79347
Phone: (806) 272-3044
Fax: (806) 272-3538

Note - Office opening hours are between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST at Monday - Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CST at Friday, and photo ID is needed.