Stone County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(442)Stone County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Stone County Probation Department1005 Maple DriveMountain ViewAR72560870-269-5225
Stone County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Stone County Sheriffs Office1009 Sheriff's LaneMountain ViewAR72560870-269-3825
Mountain View Police Department203 South Peabody AvenueMountain ViewAR72560870-269-4211
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How To Find Out If You Have A Warrant

Warrant records are one of the most commonly used public records. These records are used by law enforcement agencies for everything from fingerprints to court cases. These records can be requested from the county police department and often in Arkansas, you have the right to an inspection.

Warrant Records in Stone County Arkansas

If you were to go to your local court house in Little Rock, you would most likely find an application for a search of a person’s arrest records. In Arkansas, as in many other states, records of arrests must be kept by the judicial branch. Arrest records are considered public record and are available for anyone who wants them to see them. You can request them from the county sheriff or the circuit court clerk’s office where the arrest took place. However, warrant applications for these records must be filed with the circuit court and then served to the police department where the arrest was made.

To find out if you have a warrant, you will need the person’s name, date of birth, physical description, and social security number. If you have any contact numbers, a police report must be filed and turned over to the circuit court. All other details will be verified by visiting the court house or contacting the judicial processing office directly. To get arrest records in Stone County, you can either visit the police department or the county sheriff.

You can also go online and find out about warrants. The process is simple. Many websites will allow you to do an online arrest records search, although most are not free. You can usually get the name, age, physical description, and social security number of the person if you have their name, date of birth, and social security number.

There are different types of warrant records available, including criminal records, court records, driving records, and sex offender records. Some record searches may cost money, but many are completely free. Before you choose a service, be sure to look at their terms and conditions to see what kind of information you can expect to receive.

Most warrant searches are confidential, so you will not want to do this unless you are certain that you want to find out more information on the person. You can run a search without paying anything if you simply enter the person’s name in the search box and wait a few seconds. If you have any other information, such as a person’s address, you will have to pay a small fee. If you have any questions about whether or not a search is confidential, you can always call the courthouse where the warrant was filed. You will have to fill out an application and provide some basic information before you can obtain any records from the courthouse.