Lincoln Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2394)Lincoln Parish Police Departments
Choudrant Police Department2629 U.s. 80ChoudrantLA71227318-768-4111
Lincoln Parish Police Departments
Choudrant Public Safety Building2629 U.s. 80ChoudrantLA71227318-768-4111
Dubach Police Department7833 Annie Lee StreetDubachLA71235318-777-3321
Grambling Police Department2045 West Martin Luther King Junior AvenueGramblingLA71245318-247-3771
Grambling State University Police Department407 Central AvenueGramblingLA71245318-274-2222
Louisiana Tech University Police305 Wisteria StreetRustonLA71272
Ruston City Marshall401 North Trenton StreetRustonLA71270318-255-7788
Ruston Police Department401 North Trenton StreetRustonLA71270318-255-4141
Simsboro Police Department2719 Martha StreetSimsboroLA71275318-247-6248
Lincoln Parish Sheriff Department
Lincoln Parish Sheriffs Department100 West Texas AvenueRustonLA71270318-251-5111
Lincoln Parish Probation Department
Lincoln Parish Probation Department100 West Texas AvenueRustonLA71270318-251-5111
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Lincoln Parish Sheriff Website
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Lincoln Parish Sheriff's Office Tax Records

Where Can I Find Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana are maintained by the Clerk of Court and they are basically comprised of civil and criminal warrants. They are the court orders that authorized an officer to arrest a person on suspicion of a crime. In other words, warrants are legal papers issued by a judge that allow police to secretly arrest and detain a suspect without having to show up in court.

This is one of the reasons why people search for these records. For instance, a new boyfriend has just moved into the neighborhood and you want to know if he is legally married before you have him arrested. You can’t just pull up the local courthouse and ask for his records because there is no legal proof that he is married. So how do you go about doing this?

First, you will need to write down the name and address of the person. Also add the names of the children that you would like to know. This is all information that you can find on the Internet and most people are able to provide this information without any problems.

When you visit the website of the Clerk of Court in your state you will get a lot of information. You should first check out the person’s name and make sure that they actually have been legally married. You should also look up their birth date and any civil action that they may have had against the same person. If the person’s information is available then you should at least be able to get their social security number so you can try contacting family or friends.

When searching through the records you will probably see that there will be a lot of warrants out for their arrest. These are typically recorded in two ways; they will be recorded on paper or in digital form. Paper warrants are stored in a court house near you. Digital records are kept at the county level and are more convenient for the person who wants to search. All you need to do is access the online records at the county office and you should be able to search from there. However, if the person you are searching for has already been arrested then you will probably need to go to the jail to access the records.

Some warrant records are sealed and others are not. For example, some marriages have been dissolved after one of the partners was arrested and the other one did not know about it. It is important to know the exact reasons why the person was arrested. If you are wanting to find out whether they were involved in any criminal activity then you may need to see their police records.