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Montgomery County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Arrest Records

The Texas Department of Public Safety collates crime data for all counties in the state. Its figures show that Montgomery County recorded a total of 4,785 crimes in 2017, the most recent year with a complete record. This figure represents a 13.2% reduction in overall crime rate compared to the previous year. A breakdown of crime statistics for Montgomery County reveals that there were 17 murders, 72 rapes, 88 robberies, 357 assaults, 731 burglaries, 3,014 larcenies, and 502 auto thefts in 2017. There were higher incidences of murder (70%), rape (38.5%), and auto theft (3%) in the county between 2016 and 2017. In contrast, robbery (2.2%), assault (5.8%), burglary (27.7%), and larceny (13.4%) rates declined in the same period.

Criminal Records

Pursuant to the Texas Public Records Act, records pertaining to criminal offenses may be made available to interested and eligible persons on request. However, selected records may be exempt from public availability; including, records containing juvenile information and records of ongoing criminal investigations.

In accordance with state laws, the Texas Department of Public Safety also maintains an up-to-date list of registered sex offenders in the various counties of the state. The public can search this database on the website of the Department of Public Safety. Start by visiting the Public Sex Offender Registry Search page. Enquirers can search for individual sex offenders by name or conduct a map search to pull a list of registered sex offenders living in a neighborhood. Citizens of Montgomery County can also use the search tool to find sex offenders living around college and university campuses in the county.

For additional information, contact the Sex Offender Compliance Unit (SOCU) of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office at 1, Criminal Justice Drive, Conroe, Texas 77301. Citizens can also email the Sheriff's office at mcsocjr@mctx.org or call (936) 760-5870 or fax (936) 760-5826.

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office keeps inmate records on its website. To find individual inmate, consult the jail roster page of the website. This provides a current list of inmates at Montgomery County Jail. This list provides inmate information such as name, age, gender, race, booking number and date confined.

Court Records

The Office of the County Clerk is responsible for archiving all court records for Montgomery County. These records are available and publicly accessible on the county's website. They include records for criminal, civil, and probate cases as well as the court calendar. For family case records, visit the Records Inquiry page of the District Clerk.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

Public Records

Vital records for Montgomery County are available from the County Clerk. To obtain a birth or death certificate, download and complete the Birth/Death Certificate Request Form and bring it to the office of the County Clerk located at 210 West Davis, Conroe, Texas. The County Clerk also accepts mail requests. Start by completing and notarizing the request form and then send it to:

County Clerk
Mark Turnbull
P.O. Box 959
Conroe, Texas 77305

Make sure to include a stamped, self-addressed envelope along with a photocopy of your Driver's License or other forms of identification. Include a check or money order for the appropriate fees made out to Montgomery County Clerk. The County Clerk charges $23 for each certified copy of a birth certificate. The fee for a certified copy of a death certificate is $21. Each additional copy of the same death record attracts a charge of $4.

The County Clerk also provides copies of marriage records for a fee. Both in-person and mail requests are accepted. The Clerk charges $1 for each plain copy and $6 for a certified copy of a marriage certificate.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Montgomery County?

Under the Texas Public Information Act, property records in Montgomery County are considered public. Interested requesters can inspect or obtain copies of Montgomery County property records by sending requests to the county's custodian office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Montgomery County

The Montgomery County Clerk is responsible for the maintenance and issuance of property records. Plain copies cost $1 per page, while certification costs $5 per document. Interested persons are advised to call the County Clerk's Office at (936) 539-7885 to determine the number of pages for the desired document and the appropriate amount.

Requesters should submit mail applications for property records recorded since 1986 by completing the Clerk's Office's request form. Request processing may take up to 72 hours. The applicable time frame depends on personnel availability, the date and time each request is received, and the record volume. Mail requests are payable by money orders or checks made out to the "Montgomery County Clerk."

Each request should include the completed form, payment, and a self-addressed and stamped envelope. If payment is by a personal check, the request must include a copy of a legible ID. A personal check payment also requires that the requestor's name, phone number, and address be written on the check. Note that requests with checks that carry inadequate amounts will be delayed until the requester submits the correct amount. Requestors should submit mail requests to:

Montgomery County Clerk
P.O. Box 959
Conroe, TX 77305

Residents may also make requests for Montgomery County property records in person. The Clerk's Office entertains in-person requests at:

Montgomery County Clerk
210 West Davis
Conroe, TX 77301
Phone: (936) 539-7885
Fax: (936) 760-6990

How to Look Up Montgomery County Property Records

The Montgomery County Central Appraisal District provides a searchable online repository for property records. Parties may search by entering property information, owner information, and legal description. Searches are conducted free of charge.

Available information includes property status and type, neighbourhood, and account number. Users can also view the owner’s information, such as a name, ID, percent ownership, mailing address, and agent. The search result also displays a value history section which shows annual land, market, appraised, and assessed amounts. The property’s sales history is also public, and shows a deed date, the seller’s name, buyer’s name, instrument number, as well as volume and page information.

Persons who require plain copies may print the results provided by the public access website instead of sending physical requests to the Clerk's Office.

Locations of Montgomery County Property Assessors

Magnolia Branch Office
19100 Unity Park Drive
Magnolia, TX 77355
Phone: (281) 259-9805

Montgomery Branch Office
19380 Hwy 105 W
Suite 507
Montgomery, TX 77356
Phone: (936) 788-8378

New Caney Branch Office
21130 Hwy 59 #F
New Caney, TX 77357
Phone: (281) 577-8981

The Woodlands Branch Office
1520 Lake Front Circle
The Woodlands, TX 77380
Phone: (281) 292-3325