Lincoln County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(313)Lincoln County Police Departments
Gould Police Department301 N Gould AveGouldAR71643870-263-4907
Lincoln County Police Departments
Grady Police Department301 South Main StreetGradyAR71644870-479-3904
Star City Police Department201 South Drew StreetStarAR71667870-628-4244
Star City Police Department200 South Jefferson StreetStarAR71667870-628-4244
Lincoln County Sheriff Department
Lincoln County Sheriffs Office300 South Drew StreetStarAR71667870-628-4271
Lincoln County Probation Department
Lincoln County Probation Department200 West Wiley AvenueStarAR71667870-628-4882
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Lincoln County Arrest Warrants
Lincoln County Child Support Warrants
Lincoln County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Lincoln County Sex Offender Registry

Searching For Warrant Records in Lincoln County Arkansas

The arrest of a person, whether the person is legally charged with a crime or not is an important event. This legal event is called a warrant for arrest. A warrant is a legal document from a court that authorizes and gives authority to law enforcement officers to arrest a person for a specified crime. In some states, a warrant is only necessary if the person has actually committed the crime. In other states, a warrant is issued if the person is suspected of violating a law that is on the books.

Warrant Records in Lincoln County Arkansas

Arresting someone with a warrant is not easy. If you are the arresting officer, it is imperative that you search for any evidence against the person. It is also necessary to contact the jail in order to find out if the person in question has already been released. In addition, there may be additional charges added onto the original warrant if the person failed to show up at his or her court date.

The first place that a person should check when searching for arrest warrant records in Lincoln County is the Arkansas State Police. The Arkansas State Police will have all warrants that they have on file. This is important because it means that the person in question may have actually committed the crime. If there is an outstanding warrant out for one person, then other officers will know and you may not be able to arrest the person. However, if there is no active warrant for a person in Lincoln County, then you will be able to search their name through the state police.

It is also important to remember that the records do not only pertain to criminal activity. For instance, if a person is accused of a misdemeanor, these charges will not show up on the warrant. If the person is merely accused of driving under the influence of alcohol, the judge or the clerk will note this on the citation. These types of violations are not considered criminal activity and will not result in a warrant.

There are several reasons as to why the person may have warrants. Some are simply listed on their birth certificate as having an open warrant for their arrest. Others may have had their names expunged which would mean they were never legally granted a signature by the constitution. Still others may simply be people who are considered gang members and have been charged with multiple felonies. If a person has multiple warrants for their arrest, it could mean that they were either involved in gang activities or they are wanted on another outstanding warrant. Searching for these records can be a very easy process as long as the person has their name and contact information available.

In cases where there is no police record for a person, they can hire a private investigator to obtain this information for them. Most private investigators will search all local police department records as well as the records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The best way to go about this is to contact a private investigator that specializes in these types of records and let them do the work for you. They have access to many resources including online police stations where a person can obtain a copy of their warrant. They can then mail the records to you directly or fax the necessary paperwork to you.