Walton County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(66)Walton County Police Department
De Funiak Springs Police Department355 U.s. 90DeFuniak SpringsFL32433850-892-8513
Walton County Sheriff Departments
Walton County Sheriff's Office752 Triple G RdDeFuniak SpringsFL32433850-892-8111
Walton County Sheriffs Department - Freeport Substation423 Madison StreetFreeportFL32439850-835-2996
Walton County Sheriffs Department - Headquarters752 Triple G RoadDeFuniak SpringsFL32433850-892-8186
Walton County Sheriffs Department - Paxton Substation752 Triple G RoadDeFuniak SpringsFL32433850-834-4158
Walton County Sheriffs Department - Santa Rosa Beach Substation133 Sheriff DriveSanta Rosa BeachFL32459850-267-2000
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Warrant Records and Searching For Them

By obtaining copies of any Florida warrants that are registered with the Walton County Clerk of Court you will be able to see if there is an outstanding warrant out for your arrest. Most warrants are issued by police officers for unknown reasons and are then recorded in their system. By checking to see if there is a warrant out for your arrest you can prevent any unnecessary harassment from law enforcement officials, and also make sure that you are not being accused of a crime that you may not have committed. It is possible that these warrants could have been obtained fraudulently by someone trying to cover up a serious crime that they committed.

Warrant Records in Walton County Florida

If a warrant for your arrest has already been issued by a judge, you can usually find out who it is through the courts clerk’s office. However, it is possible that you will not be able to locate this information by searching online. The reason for this is because in Florida, warrants must be produced in writing to the court. Therefore, they cannot be obtained via an Internet search. Warrant searches in other states can be done easily because they tend to be more widely available on the Internet.

Another thing you should know is that in some instances, you will not be able to obtain records by performing a Florida public records search. This is due to a state of war. In this instance, records were often kept in state lockers until they were called to active service. State lockers can be accessed via a Florida public records search but cannot be accessed via a Florida public records search. There are also situations in which public records cannot be found, no matter how hard you try.

In many instances, a warrant will only be issued for a specific person or for a specific crime that was committed. For example, if someone has a warrant out for their arrest in connection with child molestation, they will only be able to be arrested if the warrant is carried out. Therefore, if a person commits molestation but is unaware that they have a warrant out for their arrest, they could still be arrested.

Warrant records can also show the status of any person. This can include the status of a person as a tenant, employee, student, landlord, company director, salesperson, accountant, or any other type of employment or position. If a person has ever been accused of any type of crime, a warrant will be issued for that person’s arrest. This can be used as a way to track down the person who has stolen from you, fired your company from its property, and other offenses.

It should be noted that warrant records are public information. However, it can be difficult to find them. You will need to hire an investigator to conduct a thorough search for you. If you have access to the person’s social security number, you may be able to find out more information.