Search for Inmates on the Jail Roster in Washington County Texas. Your Results: Arrest Records, Mugshot, Charges, Facility, Offense Date, Bond, Disposition, Booking Number, Booking Date, Release Date, Issuing Authority, Aliases, Date of Birth, Physical Description
At Brenham Texas, you will find the Washington County Jail. Their offices are situated at 1206 Old Independence Rd. Brenham, TX 77833. Sheriff Otto H. Hanak and his team are dedicated to serving the people of the county. You can contact them using the number 979-277-6251. The county jail has a total population of 103 inmates. With only 56 beds available, it has a capacity of 177.
For more info, visit their website at
. The county seat gets its name from a soldier who participated in the Texas Revolution, Richard Fox Brenham. Information found here includes, Most wanted, Mugshots, legal posting, investigations, and sex offenders in the County.
Washington County Jail embraces the use of technology to deliver services. You can find inmate records at the website with link https://www.vinelink.com/#/home/site/44900/. You will be required to provide the inmate’s full names or date of birth for a quick search. Edras Enrique Madrid is one of the most wanted criminals at the county for Sexual Assault of a Child-Bond Surrender.
Jail Policies and Procedures
Intake procedures require the officers to question and collect mugshots and fingerprints from the inmate. After processing, the inmate is assigned a unique ID for easy communication and identification. This is the ID that you will be using for sending money or mail.
You can send mail to an inmate at the county jail through the US Postal Service. The staff open and inspect every mail for security purposes.
Visitation policies require that you arrive on time scheduled and wear appropriate clothing. You must also provide valid identification documents upon arrival.
Sending money to an inmate’s commissary account through postal money orders. Ensure you indicate the recipient’s full names and ID or contact them before sending any funds.
Bail Costs and Bail Bondsman
“Bail bond” means a cash deposit, or similar deposit or written undertaking, or a bond or other security, given to guarantee the appearance of a defendant in a criminal case. A bail bondsman is a person you want to contact when you are not able to raise the bail amount. The bondsman will charge you a minimum of $100 for their services. Note that the jail accepts cash for all payments.
Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Washington County?
A Freedom Bail Bonds
home 109 S St Charles St, Brenham, TX 77833, USA
phone (979) 836-4407
The ladies an gentleman that work here are very kind an sweet. They are understanding, willing to work with you, an all around very nice people… They made what could have been a bad experience an very pleasant one.. I wish them all the best💚💚
My loved one had unpaid tickets in Brenham and ended up being transferred there from Houston where we live. This is the first time I’ve had to bail someone out. When you’re dealing with this situation things can get confusing fast especially when you have limited information because you can’t speak to the person who is in jail but for a moment or two. A relative of his, and I called twice inquiring about bail and how to get him out. The first time his brother, also new to the process, had agreed to come up there and sign a paper and bring him cash, not realizing that the bail company is in Brenham. I had him call back and explain to them that we don’t currently have a vehicle that can make a 2 hour trip both ways and to ask them specifically why we could not fax in co-signing documents. We were told it wasn’t possible with no other explanation.
After checking a few other options I decided to call one last time to ask questions about the general process of bonding someone out and solidify my plan of action today. Apparently, my loved one had missed a previous court date. I was treated with hostility and I felt like Mike was accusing us of being dishonest (because of his brother’s mistake in thinking they were in Houston even though we called back.) He decided to flat out refuse us service. If Mike would have simply answered my question and provided us with information as to why we could not get a notary and fax him the co-signing paperwork I would have understood and moved along. Instead he was a rude and unhelpful jerk. You can have logical reasons to refuse service to someone, but you do not have to be rude to people.
I would suggest going to a business with a more professional staff.
|Washington County Jail Population Report|
|Data Collected Wed, 28 Aug 2019 00:00:10 UTC from the Texas Commission on Jail Standards|
|Convicted Felons Sentenced County||1|
|Parole Violators New Charge||4|
|Convicted Sjf Sentenced County||0|
|Convicted Sjf Sentenced State||0|
|Percent Of Capacity||47.46|
Washington County Texas Sheriff Office Address: 1206 Old Independence Rd, Brenham, TX 77833, United States
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