|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(120)Modoc County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Modoc County Probation Department||326 South Main Street||Alturas||CA||96101||530-233-6324|
|Modoc County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Modoc County Sheriffs Department / Modoc County Jail||102 South Court Street||Alturas||CA||96101||530-233-4416|
|Alturas City Police Department||200 West North Street||Alturas||CA||96101||530-233-2011|
|California Highway Patrol - Alturas Area||905 West C Street||Alturas||CA||96101||530-233-2919|
|Modoc County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Modoc County Child Support Warrants|
|Modoc County Jail Records|
|Modoc County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Modoc County Sex Offender Registry|
|Modoc County Sheriff Website|
Warrant Records Search
In case you have been searching for Modoc County Clerk of Court records you most certainly have run into a dead end. No matter what county in California you are trying to look up, there is no access to the warrants or bench warrants. This is for obvious reasons. Since they are considered to be public information, you can not get them. Now the good news is, some counties do provide access to these records under certain circumstances.
If you want to search for a warrant, or anything else that pertains to a person’s criminal activity, the first place you might check is the County Recorder’s Office where the offenses took place. You can also check the local courthouse if this is an error on my part or if this information is available. In any event, you will probably be waiting for a while before you find what you need.
The good news is, you can often search for a warrant online for a small fee. By doing so, you will have access to all the information that you need to make your determination. Of course, it should be noted that this information is not available to the general public. You will need to be a registered member at a website that provides these records. This type of site will allow you access to the database, which is constantly updated.
What should you expect when doing a search? You will first need to provide some basic information about the person you are attempting to locate. Some of the basic information will include their full name, present address, phone number and social security number. Some of this information may be considered sensitive, so be sure to include a line such as “need privacy” at the end of your query. Also, note that while you can locate someone’s name from the above information, you cannot do much more. For example, you can not look up a person’s phone number from their name.
When you are ready to actually search the database, you can click on the “search now” button. Most sites allow you to run a single search for free, then pay a nominal fee for unlimited searches over time. Note that this fee is in addition to the costs associated with hiring a private investigator, which is another added benefit. The searches will return the following data: name, current and past addresses, family members, current and past employment, warrant issued in the past, aliases, court records, aliases used by the person, sex offender records, police records, and more. You can see why many people would prefer to do their own searches instead of relying on a professional investigator.
If you are being forced to search for your own warrants, you will want to know what to do in many instances. First of all, be careful not to give out any information that will give away the identity of the person who owns the warrant. You will also want to be careful not to say anything that will lead the police into mistaking you for someone else. Keep in mind that while you can go to the courthouse that the person served the warrant, it is not a good idea to talk to any of the other people involved. Remember that if you say anything to the police during your investigation that you may later have to testify in court.