Worcester County Maryland Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(590)Worcester County Police Departments
Worcester County Fire Marshals Office1 West Market StreetSnow HillMD21863410-632-5666
Worcester County Police Departments
Berlin Police Department10 William StreetBerlinMD21811410-641-1333
Maryland State Police Barrack V - Berlin9758 Ocean GatewayBerlinMD21811410-641-3101
Ocean City Fire Marshals Office301 Baltimore AvenueOcean CityMD21842410-289-8780
Ocean City Police Department6501 Coastal HighwayOcean CityMD21842410-723-6610
Ocean City Police Department Boardwalk Substation501 South Atlantic AvenueOcean CityMD21842410-723-6610
Ocean Pines Police Department239 Ocean ParkwayOcean PinesMD21811410-641-7747
Pocomoke City Police Department300 2nd StreetPocomokeMD21851410-957-1600
Pocomoke City Police Department Office1500 Market StreetPocomokeMD21851410-957-1600
Snow Hill Police Department216 West Green StreetSnow HillMD21863410-632-2447
Snow Hill Police Department Substation427 West Market StreetSnow HillMD21863410-632-2447
Worcester County Sheriff Department
Worcester County Sheriffs Office1 West Market StreetSnow HillMD21863410-632-1112
Worcester County Probation Department
Worcester County Probation Department424 West Market StreetSnow HillMD21863410-632-4200
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Warrant Records – Search and Discover Information on Anyone That You Want

Warrant Records in Worcester County, Maryland are basically a list of people who have been charged with a crime but who have been cleared of any wrongdoing by the courts. This includes not just accused persons but any innocent person who may have been arrested or detained by law officials in the course of an investigation. All people are said to be found in the records of warrants because they were arrested for crimes such as assault, disorderly conduct, DWI, conspiracy and several other offenses. In the case of sex offenders, their records will also be included on the Warrant Records List.

What you can do to find out if you have a record warrant for your own name is to contact your local law enforcement agencies or judicial courts. You will need to provide them with your name, address and date of birth in order to get these records. Once you have this information you will be able to see if there are any warrants out for your arrest. However, since these records are public and available to anyone who requests them, there are some restrictions placed on the data that you can access and obtain from these public records.

When you request these records from the court, county clerk or other county offices you will generally need to pay a nominal fee, most likely five dollars. If you can not afford this fee then you will want to check with your insurance company or any other third party organizations that may have access to this information for you. The only reason that a warrant search will be higher than usual charges is because you will need to hire a professional to do this search on your behalf.

This search will take quite some time, depending on the warrant that you are searching for. It can take anywhere from seventy two hours to three weeks. There is a certain amount of information that is needed to successfully perform this search. You will need to know the full name of the person who the warrant is targeted at, their current address, telephone number and social security number.

You will also have to be aware of the crime the warrant is out for and the crime that they were arrested for. If you are not sure what these are then you can contact law enforcement or the local courthouse. You may also find that you have access to warrant records from other states, in which case you will have to know the states and the information that they are reporting. These are all costs and expenses that you will need to factor into your search.

It is always important to remember that you are not under any obligation to disclose the details of the warrant that you are investigating. You may be charged with trespassing if you are looking at these records for any reason other than a legal one. In addition, you should never give any of your identifying information out including your last known address or phone number. There is an exception to this rule if you are involved in an investigation and need to find a witness.