Cameron County Constables

Constables News

The Texas constable is provided for in the Texas Constitution of 1876 (Article 5, Section 18), which calls for the election of a constable in each precinct of a county, and counties may have between one and eight precincts each depending on their population. The term of office for Texas constables is four years. However, when vacancies arise, the commissioner’s court of the respective county has the authority to appoint a replacement to serve out the remaining term. If no person is elected and qualified under law to fill an office of constable for seven consecutive years, the respective commissioner’s court may declare the office dormant and it may not be filled by election or appointment. However, the commissioner’s court may reinstate the office by a majority vote or by calling an election where a majority of precinct voters approve it…

Precinct 1
Constable
PEDRO DELGADILLO
505 Hwy. 100
Port Isabel, Texas, 78578
Ph: (956) 943-6757
Precinct 2
Constable
ABELARDO GOMEZ, JR.
835 E. Levee, 2nd Floor
Brownsville, Texas, 78520
Ph: (956) 544-0859
Fax: (956) 550-1350
Precinct 3
Constable
ADRIAN GONZALEZ
1390 W. Expressway 83
San Benito, Texas, 78586
Ph: (956) 361-8228
Fax: (956) 361-8211
Precinct 4
Constable
MERCED BURNIAS
745 W. Ocean Boulevard
Los Fresnos, Texas, 78566
Ph: (956) 233-6156
Precinct 5
Constable
EDDIE SOLIS
Main Office: 3302 Wilson Rd.
Harlingen, Texas, 78550
Ph: (956) 427-8052