Criminal Investigation Division
Lieutenant Tarinna Skrzycki-Pfeil
(830)379-1224 EXT 2248
The Criminal Investigations Division (CID) is responsible for investigating all types of crimes to include but not limited to crimes against persons, crime against property, computer crimes, fraud, auto theft and identity theft.
The main duties of an investigator are:
Conduct a complete and through investigation
Manage caseload efficiently
Coordinate investigations with numerous other agencies; federal, state, and local law enforcement
Obtain search and arrest warrants
Crime scene search and collection of evidence at crime scenes
Prepare cases and work with prosecutors to have prosecutable cases.
Rotate weekly on-call after hours duty
Investigators also have other duties such as conducting background investigations for applicants, RAD Kids, Sheriff's Office Robotics Program. Several investigators are members of area task forces, such as Texas Sheriff's Combined Auto Theft Task Force and Tri-County Fraud Task Force. And investigators are members of Guadalupe County Children's Advocacy Center multi-disciplinary team.
CID is responsible for the Property & Evidence unit which maintains strict measures for the receipt, handling, security, preservation and disposition of all property.
CID is responsible for Sex Offender Registration Program and the investigation of sex offenders who fail to comply with their requirements.
The divisions 3 civilians are coordinators for the Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers program.
The division is comprised of 16 people:
68-A Vehicle Inspections
The Sheriff's Combined Auto Theft Task Force conducts 68-A vehicle inspections for citizens within our 17 County area of coverage. An Auto Theft Investigator is the only person who can conduct these inspections. You will need to bring your photo ID and the vehicle's title. If you have a homemade trailer or a vehicle that is not titled, you will need to bring written proof of manufacture, bill of sale, and any other documentation you have to substantiate its manufacture or ownership. If your vehicle was a gift or inheritance, please bring any related documentation.
In the event of inclement weather, (such as rain, ice, snow, extreme temperature), as well as any observed county holidays, the 68-A Inspections for that day will be cancelled.
The Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office Auto Theft Unit is responsible for providing 68-A vehicle inspections to all Guadalupe, Gonzales, and Wilson county residents at no cost.
To obtain your 68-A vehicle inspection, please refer to the below information:
Every-other Wednesday at the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office between the hours of 8am till 4pm. Inspections are performed at 2617 North Guadalupe Street, Seguin, Texas 78155.
Inspections are by appointment only; please contact local Task Force Agents Ryan MyCue and/or Mark ZuaZua at 830-379-1224 or 830-372-4183 to schedule.