A common misconception is that a warrant will not remain active (on a persons record) after a few years have passed.This is false.A warrant will remain active (on a persons record) until that person takes the appropriate actions to resolve the warrant. Another common misconception is that a wanted person either has to pay the complete warrant amount or go to jail.This is simply not the case.The Justice of the Peace Courts in Montgomery County work with a collections department and have numerous other options at their disposal which can keep an individual from having to step foot in jail.
The Warrant Division is dedicated to eliminating
the backlog of 6,500 Justice of the Peace
warrants that we currently house.
Anyone may contact the Constable's Department
to clear up an outstanding warrant without going to jail.
|Precinct 3 Warrant Division
1520 Lake Front Circle
The Woodlands, Texas 77380
|Legal Statement: This information is prepared from public court records. The publication of a name on this list does not mean that the person is guilty of the crime listed, only that there is a warrant on file at the Precinct Three Constable Department.
This Montgomery County Precinct Three wanted list is subject to change on a daily basis and all warrants must be confirmed by this department at (281) 364-4211 before enforcement action can be taken.