|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(2620)Butte County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Butte County Probation Department||PO Box 542||Arco||ID||83213||208-527-3166|
|Butte County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Butte County Sheriffs Office / Butte County Jail||256 West Grand Avenue||Arco||ID||83213||208-527-8553|
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How to Search For Warrant Records
What are Warrant Records? Warrant Records are records that show a person has been arrested, but does not mean they were convicted. Warrants were issued when police wanted to arrest someone for an outstanding warrant. In other words, they wanted to arrest the person on suspicion of breaking the law. When you go to court or stand before a judge to face a criminal charge it will have something to do with the fact that you were arrested for a warrant.
To get more information on a Warrant Records in Butte County, Idaho go to the Sheriff’s Office or the Court Clerk’s Office. They will be able to give you all the information you need. In some instances this record will show the person was arrested on suspicion of DUI and was given a notice to appear in court. The notice to appear can mean that they did not show. So you need to ask the Court Clerk’s Office to find out if the person was placed in custody because of the DUI warrant.
You will also need to know what offenses the person is accused of. You can find this by looking at the county website. Then search that person’s background by going to one of the online criminal history search sites.
Some of these sites will charge a small fee to access their criminal history records search. If you do a thorough search then you can get some interesting pieces of information. Sometimes the person you are looking for can have a previous address. This is one way to find out if the person you are investigating really is the person they say they are. Some people will use a false identity to pose as someone else for numerous reasons.
Warrant Records are considered public record, but some areas have laws regarding their release. This means you will be able to search for the warrant if you know where the person got the original warrant. If you do a standard criminal search you will be able to find this record. But sometimes you will not.
You may think you are looking at the right person when you are in fact just looking at the wrong person. This can be a frustrating and confusing situation. If you suspect there is a warrant out for your arrest, make sure you do a search first. That way you will know for sure if you have the right person or not.