St. Martin Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2469)St. Martin Parish Police Departments
Breaux Bridge Police Department101 Berard StreetBreaux BridgeLA70517337-332-2186
St. Martin Parish Police Departments
Henderson Police Department1007 Amy StreetHendersonLA70517337-228-2065
Parks Police Department1010 Saint Martin StreetSt. MartinvilleLA70582337-845-4377
Saint Martinville Police Department105 South New Market StreetSt. MartinvilleLA70582337-394-2226
St Martinville Police Chief105 South New Market StreetSt. MartinvilleLA70582337-394-3001
St. Martin Parish Sheriff Department
Saint Martin Parish Sheriffs Department / Saint Martin Parish Correctional Center400 Saint Martin StreetSt. MartinvilleLA70582337-394-3071
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Accessing Warrant Records Online

Warrant Records in St. Martin Parish are considered to be public information and can be viewed at any time. In the St. Martin Parish area, there are currently approximately forty-two warrants that have been issued for the arrest of a person. Most of the warrants were issued by Probate Court because the Probate Court does not hold criminal records of people who die or are deceased. However, in cases when someone is revived and lodged in jail, they are then placed in the court system’s Criminal Records under the category of warrants.

Warrant records are basically the records which detail any convictions a person may have had for a crime. This includes crimes like first degree murder, second degree murder, manslaughter, arson, embezzlement, and several other classifications of crimes. Any person with warrants can be arrested without warning. This can happen when a person fails to appear at their court date or they fail to show up at the trial.

Any warrants will contain the name of the accused, date of issuance, name of jurisdiction, crime committed, charges, defenses, case number, and additional details about the case. These details must always be provided whenever a request is made regarding information about an individual’s records. If a request is made over the Internet, the person requesting the information must provide all of this information to avoid being denied. In some cases, a person may be able to request that their record be destroyed as part of a plea bargain. However, many times, the judge will allow the records to remain on file.

Warrant records can only be searched by law enforcement agencies at the county courthouse. There are strict laws which must be followed when searching through any of the public records. First, an investigator will have to have a court order before being able to search any of the public records. This type of request can only be granted with proper authorization from the circuit court. A person cannot request the records for any other purpose except to locate someone who has a warrant out for their arrest.

In addition to needing a warrant for a search, a person also must follow the law by notifying all police authorities in the area in which they live of their intent to search and obtain the warrant records. Failure to inform the police of the intent to search or obtain a warrant can result in serious legal repercussions. Failure to tell the police of the intent to search can result in the police making an arrest without having probable cause to do so and can lead to criminal charges being filed.

Warrant records can often be accessed online. There are a variety of websites which allow people to access these records on the Internet. This allows an individual to check to see if a person has a warrant issued in their name. If a person does have a warrant, they can then check to see if the person’s name has been added to the national sex offenders registry.