St. Mary Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2470)St. Mary Parish Police Departments
Baldwin Police Department16215 Louisiana 182FranklinLA70538337-923-4845
St. Mary Parish Police Departments
Berwick Police Department400 Canton StreetBerwickLA70342985-384-7710
Chitimacha Police Department211 Coushatta DriveCharentonLA70523
Franklin Police Department508 2nd StreetFranklinLA70538337-828-1716
Morgan City Police Department723 Myrtle StreetMorganLA70380985-380-4605
Patterson Police Department1314 Main StreetPattersonLA70392985-395-6161
St. Mary Parish Sheriff Department
Saint Mary Parish Sheriffs Office500 Main StreetFranklinLA70538337-828-1960
St. Mary Parish Probation Department
St Mary Parish Probation Department1455 Railroad AvenueMorganLA70380985-384-1622
St. Mary Parish Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
St. Mary Parish Child Support Warrants
St. Mary Parish Criminal Records
St. Mary Parish Detention Center Inmate Search
St. Mary Parish Most Wanted
St. Mary Parish Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
St. Mary Parish Sex Offender Registry
St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office Offender Search
St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office Sheriff Sales

How to Search For Warrant Records Online

You may have heard of people performing background checks on individuals. If you have ever applied for employment, or even were asked for your permission to take a test or even for driving, you might have found out that the person you are about to enter into your life will be running a criminal record search first before ever meeting you. This is usually a prelude to all of the jobs they want you to sign on with them. Warrant records, otherwise referred to as arrest warrants or criminal records, are one type of public record that is retained and updated by the arrest records department of each county.

What are warrant records? They are a summary of an arrest, for which there has been no trial and there has been no judgment of guilt, by a grand jury. This is for two reasons, first, grand juries have a lot of troubleindicating actual guilt and second, sometimes a person doesn’t get arrested for something that they did, but something that they did commit is found out later. A warrant can be filed in any state, depending on the laws of that state, but most states have a procedure for requesting one and, if approved, having the warrant served to the person whose name is on it.

It is possible to find out if someone has a warrant out for their arrest through several different methods. First, you can go to the local courthouse to see if you can find out if a warrant is issued for the person in question. This can be done through the courts office or, for relatively minor instances, the police station.

You can also go online and use one of the national databases to search for any warrants or arrest records. All of these options are relatively easy to do and offer good value for money. If you are looking for a criminal record, then the national database is the way to go. However, if you are just searching for basic information on an individual, you probably have enough information on your own to run an investigation on your own.

The best way of finding out if you have a warrant out for your arrest is to run an online criminal record check. This is the most efficient way of finding out the type of criminal activity and warrant that a person may be facing. Most people don’t realize that they are legally entitled to free criminal records checks as part of their public right of fair trial. Unfortunately, many employers won’t do this for employees, so it is up to you to do this yourself. To do a warrant check, all you need to do is visit the court house where the person was arrested and request the criminal record of that person.

When you run the criminal check, you will be able to see if there are any warrants out for your arrest. If there are, you should immediately contact the courts office and see what their procedure is for issuing a warrant. In many cases, you will simply be asked to show proof that you are who you say you are, providing a driver’s license and social security card, among other things. Searching for arrest records is not hard to do, and most people find it quite amusing when someone else is trying to obtain these documents.