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Hunt County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Hunt County is situated in the state of Texas. Hunt County originated in the year of 1846. A census established that there were 86,129 occupants living in the county in 2010.

Its county seat is Greenville.

The county is named for Memucan Hunt, Jr., the first Republic of Texas Minister to the United States from 1837 to 1838 and the third Texas Secretary of the Navy from 1838 to 1839.

Hunt County is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Hunt County Arrest Records

There were 104 violent crimes and 660 property crimes in the county in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Hunt County Sheriff’s Office
2801 Stuart St
Greenville, TX, 75401
Phone: (903) 453-6800

Hunt County Criminal Records

State Police are required to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders within their jurisdiction across the USA. The registry contains the names of offenders living, attending school, working, and incarcerated in the area. The up-to-date list can be accessed by members of the public. Residents in Hunt County can look for every last sex offender living in a radius around their house making use of the online search tools.

Hunt County Court Records

In Hunt County, the County Courthouse is in command of all civil, family, and criminal cases. All records associated with the cases heard in Hunt County are attained and maintained by the County Clerk. These contacts are useful to access these files:

Jennifer Lindenzweig, County Clerk
Hunt County Courthouse
2507 Lee Street, 2nd Floor
Greenville, TX, 75401
Phone: (903) 408-4130

Note - Official or certified records can only be sent via mail.

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Hunt County Public Records

Vital records in Hunt County are preserved by the County Clerk. The vital records in question pertain to documents about a person's crucial life events. The vital data files in question can relate to someone's marriage, divorce, birth, death, and much more. The records themselves consist of, but aren't limited to birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce records. The data files are all preserved under one central vital document registry.

People may acquire access to these documents, as is their right. In order to secure documents, someone must ask online, or buy copies in person at:

Jennifer Lindenzweig, County Clerk
Hunt County Courthouse
2507 Lee Street, 2nd Floor
Greenville, TX, 75401
Phone: (903) 408-4130

Note- Office opening hours are between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., and photo ID is required.