Leelanau County Michigan Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(662)Leelanau County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Leelanau County Probation Department8525 East Government Center DriveSuttons BayMI49682231-256-8540
Leelanau County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Leelanau County Sheriffs Office / Leelanau County Jail8525 East Government Center DriveSuttons BayMI49682231-256-8800
Suttons Bay Police Department420 North Saint Joseph StreetSuttons BayMI49682231-271-3051
Suttons Bay Trading Co Inc420 Front StreetSuttons BayMI49682231-271-3051
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How to Do a Free Public Record Search

Warrant Records are public records that show a person has been arrested or had an outstanding arrest warrant. Warrants may be issued for such things as possessing drugs, assault, disorderly conduct, theft, fraud, and more. You may be able to find out about warrants by contacting your local courthouse or by performing a search online. Warrants are public information but only released to law enforcement officials for the most part.

Warrant records can tell you if someone was arrested on suspicion of a crime or were arrested after posting bail. It may tell you if someone is in jail on suspicion of a crime they may have committed. Warrant records can also tell you information if someone is on probation or parole. If you want to find out more information you can get the person’s name, court date, offense, charge, date of birth, aliases, last name, social security number, and date of birth.

The best place to do a search for these records is online. You can do a public record search free of charge online. But it depends on what state you are in. Some states have free access to their records while other states have to pay a fee to access their records.

The problem with searching online is that you don’t know if the records you are searching are accurate. Since it is now considered private information you have to pay a small fee to access the information. If the person you are searching has a record it may be in your local jurisdiction. But if the person has no record it will be considered a felony and you will have to go to the State Office of Public Safety or Department of Corrections to get it.

So how can you find out more about someone. You can go to the county where the person lives or you can check their records at the county courthouse. This may not work very well if the person has moved since you last checked. Most criminal conviction records are stored in state repositories and not county courthouses.

To do a comprehensive search you may have to become a member of one of the many public record discovery sites. Here you can register and pay a nominal fee. Then you can do unlimited searches for a year. Once you are a member you can search anytime you want for as long as you don’t use it for illegal purposes. These services charge a nominal fee because they need to pay to keep up the web sites.