The Williamson County Commissioners Court appointed Matthew Lindemann as Precinct 3 Constable on October 5, 2021, to fill the vacancy left by the sudden death of Kevin Stofle.
Lindemann has a long history in law enforcement. He started his career as a corrections officer, then as a patrol deputy, for the Williamson County Sheriff's Office. He joined the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) in 1990 as a state trooper. He retired from DPS in 2018 as a lieutenant in the Texas Ranger Division. He most recently serves as a sergeant investigator with the Williamson County District Attorney's Office.
"Matt Lindemann has served the State of Texas very honorably with more than 36 years in law enforcement. He is a highly principled and respected law enforcement officer with extensive experience and training who will provide excellent leadership to the Precinct 3 Constable's Office," said County Judge Bill Gravell.
"Matthew Lindemann is known to be a man of integrity and high ethical standards, as well as a great leader and someone easy to get along with," said Precinct 3 Commissioner Valerie Covey. "Kevin Stofle leaves behind big shoes to fill, but I can think of no one better than Matt Lindemann to continue the good work the Precinct 3 Constable's Office is doing."
Matthew Lindemann was sworn into office as the Precinct 3 Constable during the Commissioners Court meeting by Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield, Presiding Judge of the Third Administrative Judicial Region.
"I look forward to this job," said Constable Lindemann. "I have worn several badges over my 36 years, and I am proud of them all and will be proud of this one. I look forward to the working with the Precinct 3 Constable's staff to continue their good work."
The mission of the Williamson County Precinct 3 Constable's Office is to provide efficient, lawful service of civil and criminal court documents, and to serve the needs of the public, the Justice Court, and other law enforcement agencies, while conducting ourselves in a professional and ethical manner at all times.
This office accepts the following methods of payment for warrant fines:
- In Office - Cash, Money Orders, Cashier's Checks, and Credit/Debit Cards* (A 2.85% convenience fee is added to all card transactions by a third party vendor.)
- By Phone - Credit and Debit cards from: Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express (A 2.85% convenience fee is added to all card transactions by a third party vendor.)
- By Mail - Money Orders and Cashier's Checks
This office does not accept personal or company checks for payment of warrants.
The Williamson County Precinct 3 Constable's Office values:
- Human Life, and the belief that every life is precious.
- The Person, and the belief that being valued and treated with dignity and respect is a basic individual need.
- The Citizens and their communities, and the belief that we work for every individual that needs our services.
- Individual Leadership, and the belief that each member of our staff is a leader in the organization and in their community.
- The Strength of Personal Character, and the belief that integrity is integrating our beliefs with our behavior.
- The Principles Embodied in our Constitution and the Authority of Federal, State, and Local Laws, and the belief that democratic values apply equally to all.
- Quality of Life in the Workplace, and the belief that if our staff enjoys working in the Precinct 3 Constables office, they will provide quality service to the public and to each other.
Customer Service Philosophy
The service our staff provides influences the public's perception of our office and is a direct reflection of the leadership of our organization. Our customer's expectation is that our service will result in their satisfaction. We strive not only to meet their needs, but to exceed their expectations.