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Wood County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Wood County is situated in the state of Texas. Wood County originated in the year of 1850. Wood County had a population of 41,964 in 2010.

Its county seat is Quitman.

The county was named for George T. Wood, governor of Texas from 1847 to 1849.

Wood County Arrest Records

There were 43 violent crimes and 292 property crimes in the county in 2016. Records for arrests can be obtained at:

Thomas Castloo, Sheriff
Wood County Sheriff’s Office
402 S. Stephens St.
Quitman, TX, 75783
Phone: (903) 763-2201
Fax: (903) 763-5464

Wood County Criminal Records

In Wood County, as with any county across America, Police are required to keep an up-to-date registry of all sex-offenders dwelling under their jurisdiction. The registry contains the names of offenders living, attending school, working, and incarcerated in the area. This list can then be accessed by residents, as is their right. Local offenders can be found by inhabitants making use of the online search tools.

Wood County Court Records

In Wood County, all criminal, family, and civil cases lie within the jurisdiction of the County Courthouse. All records in relation to these cases are gathered by the County Clerk. A person can obtain access to these files using one of the following:

Kelley Price, County Clerk
Wood County Courthouse
100 S. Main Street (Intersection of SH 154 and SH 37)
Quitman, TX, 75783
Phone: 903-763-2711
Fax: 903-763-5641

Note - These documents can generally be delivered by mail, email, and fax if they are standard records, but any official or certified files must be sent by mail.

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Wood County Public Records

The County Clerk upholds all documents in Wood County. These vital records refer to documents referring to state residents’ essential life events. The vital information in question can pertain to an individual's marriage, divorce, birth, death, and others. The life event files may include birth, death, and marriage certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, divorce data files, plus much more. Files are all secured alongside one another in a central vital document registry to be used later for statistical analysis.

Residents in Wood County can request duplicates of these records, as they are public records. These data files can be requested from one of the following:

Kelley Price, County Clerk
Wood County Courthouse
100 S. Main Street (Intersection of SH 154 and SH 37)
Quitman, TX, 75783
Phone: 903-763-2711
Fax: 903-763-5641

Note- Photo ID is required from the individual requesting.