Bonneville County Idaho Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2552)Bonneville County Police Departments
Idaho Falls Police Department605 North Capital AvenueIdaho FallsID83402208-612-8660
Bonneville County Police Departments
Idaho State Police - Region Vi - Investigations Office2275 West Broadway StreetIdaho FallsID83402208-523-2801
Idaho State Police Region 6 Patrol1540 Foote DriveIdaho FallsID83402208-525-7377
Idaho State Police Region Vi - Brand Inspector701 Northgate MileIdaho FallsID83401208-522-6676
Iona Police Department3548 North Main StreetIonaID83427208-523-5600
Ucon Police Department3787 East 112th Street NorthAmmonID83401208-523-3971
Bonneville County Sheriff Department
Bonneville County Sheriffs Office605 North Capital AvenueIdaho FallsID83402208-529-1350
Bonneville County Probation Department
Bonneville County Probation Department883 Shoup AvenueIdaho FallsID83402208-528-5600
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Searching For Warrant Records in Idaho

If you are looking for information about the current status of a warrants, or searching for someone’s record, you can find all of the information you need online through the official website of the Bonneville County Court. All warrants that have been issued in Idaho are filed in this court. You can search these records by person, by crime, or by place of arrest. The type of record you are searching for will depend on what you are searching for. There are several records available to you.

Searching by Person. If you are searching for a person’s record, such as to find out if they have a warrant out for their arrest, you can use this form. Enter the person’s name and birth date into the space provided. When you click “submit” you will be given a list of records related to this person. To get more detailed information about a person, you can see their birth certificate, criminal history, warrant records, and more.

Searching for Warrant Records. If you are searching for a person’s record and do not know their name, you can use this form to see if there are any warrants out for their arrest. To perform a search for a warrant in Bonneville County, Idaho, you will need to enter the person’s first and last name, their date of birth, a valid email address, and their location. You will then be given a list of documents related to the person.

Searching for Warrant Records by Crime. If you have a specific crime in mind, such as grand theft auto, robbery, burglary, assault, embezzlement, or any other number of crimes, you can search for a warrant by crime through this website. To do this, enter the name of the individual into the search box at the top of the page. You will then be shown a list of documents related to this crime.

The only way to know for sure if a warrant is out for your arrest is to go to the sheriff’s office in your county and get it personally. Although this can be time consuming, you can avoid the trouble by going online and doing a state-wide search. By visiting our site you will be given the option to download and print a copy of the arrest warrant. Then, you can carry it with you to any police department or county courthouse to be processed.

Warrant Searches can be performed by anyone. However, you should not simply jump to the conclusion that a warrant has been issued for your personal situation without having all the facts. If you find yourself dealing with a situation where you believe you may be a victim of a warrant, please contact the sheriff’s department immediately and follow their instructions. If you fail to do this, then you may end up having your freedom taken away without warning.