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Webb County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Criminal Records

The Webb County Sheriff's Office serves as the major law enforcement agency for the county. In compliance with the Texas Public Information Act, it maintains a public-access database of arrest warrants and records. Interested parties may obtain these records by requesting them in person or via mail from the County Sheriffs office at:

902 Victoria Street,
Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4500

In addition, the Texas Department of Public Safety offers a broader service. It attends to state-level requests for background checks and criminal history records. This typically requires the fingerprints of the respondent sent either electronically or via mail to the DPS.

Alternatively, county residents may request the required record from the police department of the city concerned. This would require preparing a written request accompanied by relevant information regarding the registrant(s) and delivering it by mail or in-person to any of the city offices or police departments:

How to Find Sex Offender Information

An updated list of sex offenders along with their personal information and current addresses within Texas can be obtained from the Texas Public Sex Offender Registry. It contains a list of registered offenders in Webb County, and the rest of the state.

How to Find Inmate and Jail Information

The Office of The Webb County Sheriff caters to jail and inmate related queries. All inmate, jail and bond record information can be obtained using the Webb County Jail and Bond Record Log. Requestors would be required to provide information with which to find the relevant record such as the inmate name or booking number as well as the date booked or released.

Court Records

How to Get Court Records

The Office of The County Clerk serves as the primary custodian of most public records for the County. County residents are provided with electronic access to all court records via the County's public record search log. This includes all criminal, probate, family, and civil case records. To access the required information, querying parties will be required to complete a request form on the relevant web page with the information of the party or registrant(s), as well as the filing date of the record. County residents can also access non-confidential criminal court records on this log. Interested parties would be expected to fill out the required fields on the criminal court records request form with the personal information of the defendant as well as the estimated filing date of the record and current case status.

Location of All Courts in the County

The County of Webb has several court locations, each of which oversees different types of cases.

Below is a directory of their locations:

Webb County 49th, 111th, 341st & 406th District Court
1110 Victoria, #203
Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4268
Fax: (956) 523-5063

Constitutional County Court/ County Court At Law
1110 Victoria, #201
Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4266
Fax: (956) 523-5035

Justice Courts

Precinct 1, Place 1
1110 Victoria, #106, Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4300
Fax: (956) 523-5056

Precinct 1, Place 2
1110 Victoria, #103, Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4300
Fax: (956) 523-5056

Precinct 2 Place 1 & Place 2
901 S Milmo, Laredo, TX 78043
Phone: (956) 721-2502
Fax: (956) 721-2542

Precinct 3 (Mailing Only)
P.O. Box 55, Oilton, TX 78371
Phone: (956) 523-4850
Fax: (956) 747-5486

Precinct 4
8501 San Dario, Laredo, TX 78045
Phone: (956) 721-78045
Fax: (956) 721-0670

Municipal Courts

El Cenizo Municipal Court
507 Cadena St., El Cenizo, TX 78046
Phone: (956) 712-9107

Laredo Municipal Court
4610 Maher Ave, P.O. Box 579, Laredo TX 78042
Phone: (956) 794-1680
Fax: (956) 717-3407

How to Get Property Records

The Office of The County Clerk is charged with maintaining property records and dispensing them to interested individuals. In-person or phone requests to view/copy the records can be made to the County Clerk's office at:

1110 Victoria St., #201
Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4266
Fax: (956) 523-5035

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

Vital Records

The State of Texas issues and maintains vital records through the Department of State Health Services. The Office of The County Clerk functions in a similar capacity. However, while divorce records may be accessed publicly using the county's Public Record Search log, the County of Webb does not offer public access to or publish birth or death indexes in compliance with state laws.

Where & How to Get Divorce Records

Requests for certified copies of divorce decrees can only be filled at the County Clerk's Office located at:

1110 Victoria St, Suite 201,
Laredo, TX 78040

However, interested parties can access case-related information such as the case number or the name of the parties involved using the Webb County Public Record Search Log. Requests can also be made by delivering a written request to the Office of the County Clerk in person or via mail. Alternatively, divorce record indexes may be downloaded for free from the Texas Department of State Health Services website.

Where and How to Get Marriage Records

The Office of the County Clerk processes requests to view or copy marriage records, certificates or licenses. In order to access marriage records, interested parties are required to send a completed Marriage Search Request Application Form, along with a non-refundable fee of $21.00 to the County Clerk's Office at:

1110 Victoria St, Suite 201
Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4266
Fax: (956) 523-5035

Where and How to Get Birth & Death Records

The Vital Statistics Office of the City of Laredo Health Department is considered the custodian and issuer of vital statistics records. In compliance with state laws, birth and death records are considered confidential until after a minimum of 75 and 25 years prior to the day of filing respectively. Individuals seeking to access birth and death records or obtain copies of either must meet the state-set eligibility requirements which include:

  • That supplicants must be the registrant themselves, or a member of their immediate family, legal guardian or have a court order/search warrant.
  • That requesters must tender a government-issued ID card.

Requests must be accompanied by a non-refundable search fee of $23 and a self-addressed stamped envelope and sent to:

City of Laredo
Health Department Vital Statistics Office
P.O. Box 2337,
Laredo, TX 78044-2337

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Webb County?

In Webb County, anyone can inspect or obtain property documents recorded by the county under the U.S. state of Texas Public Information Act. People can get these property records by sending their requests to the Webb County Clerk.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Webb County

Webb County Clerk is the custodian of all property and land records in the county. It maintains both online and offline information of property documents. People requesting property records from 1982 to date can search online to retrieve them. However, property records before 1982 are available at the office of the County Clerk located at:

Victoria Street
Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4266
(956) 523-4254
Fax: (956) 523-5035

Requesters can visit the Webb County Clerk office Mondays to Fridays between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

How to Look Up Webb County Property Records

Anyone can look up Webb County property records on the website of the Webb County Clerk. The website holds property records data from 1982 to date. Users can either access the online portal as registered users or as public users. People may have to pay prescribed subscription fees to be able to register on the site. Regular users are encouraged to create user accounts as this grants them access to full image-viewing and reduced costs of document printing. The documents available to online users include Abstracts, Affidavits, Assignments, Conveyances, Deed, Liens, Notices, Plats, and Releases. Requesters can search the portal using the name of the property owner, the document number, the book type, the volume page, or the legal description of the document sought. People requesting property information recorded before 1982 can obtain them at the office of the County Clerk located at:

Victoria Street
Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4266
(956) 523-4254
Fax: (956) 523-5035

Anyone can also conduct property searches on the Webb County Appraisal District website using the property owner’s name, the geographic Identification of the property, the property identification number, or the property address. The search on the Webb County Appraisal District’s website shows property information such as the legal description of the property, the owner’s contact details, the property use, the current value of the property, the value history of the property, improvements made on the property, the deed history of the property, and the taxing unit.

The Webb County Appraisal District is at:

Clark Boulevard
Laredo, TX 78043
Phone: (956) 718-4091
Fax: ( 956) 718-4052

Location of Webb County Township Property Assessors

Victoria Street
Laredo, TX 78040
Phone: (956) 523-4200
Fax: (956) 523-5050
Email: webbtax@webbcountytx.gov