Arrest warrants everywhere in the state of Texas function in the same way no matter what county you are in. This is the case because warrants are processed, written, and executed according to the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, which is a state law. This law, which you can read on the sheriff's site at http://www.co.sterling.tx.us/default.aspx?Sterling_County/Sheriff, explains the process by which all counties in the state must execute arrest warrants.
The process must always begin with police authorities bringing evidence to a county judge. If the judge or the presiding magistrate believes that enough evidence has been presented to sufficiently implicate the suspect, then he will authorize an arrest warrant for Sterling County TX. All arrest warrants must include the name of the suspect, the crime, and the signature of the judge whom authorized the warrant. Once signed, police forces must apprehend the suspect within 48 hours.
The optimal place to start any Sterling County arrest warrant search is through the Sterling County TX Sheriffs Office. Located at 609 4th Avenue, in Sterling City, TX 76951. You can also call this office at 325-378-4771, although many precincts will only perform a warrant search request in person. Please be aware that you may be arrested should you appear in person, and we strongly recommend contacting a defense attorney before proceeding. You may use the TDCJs Offender Information Search tool at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp , which will enable you to view the arrest records of current Texas prison inmates. Or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.
Because warrant laws are issued by the state, and not individual counties, a Sterling County warrant is valid throughout Texas. Further, police can execute warrants over county lines.
At the end of 2010, only four people were in prison in Sterling County. You can view more records at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf .