Lyon County Nevada Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Yerington Police Department30 Nevin WayYeringtonNV89447775-463-2333
Lyon County Sheriff Departments
Lyon County Sheriff - Dayton Substation801 Overland LoopDaytonNV89403775-246-6200
Lyon County Sheriff - Fernley Substation555 East Main StreetFernleyNV89408775-545-3352
Lyon County Sheriff - Silver Springs Substation2471 Fort Churchill StreetSilver SpringsNV89429775-577-5096
Lyon County Sheriff - Walker River / Lyon County Jail30 Nevin WayYeringtonNV89447775-463-6600
Lyon County Sheriff's Office30 Nevin WayYeringtonNV89447775-463-6600
Lyon County Probation Department
Lyon County Probation Department50 River StreetDaytonNV89403775-246-6215
Lyon County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Lyon County Child Support Warrants
Lyon County Criminal Records
Lyon County Sex Offender Registry
Lyon County Sheriff's Office Website
(2152)Lyon County Police Departments
Nevada Highway Patrol - Fernley Substation770 West Main StreetFernleyNV89408775-575-5518
Lyon County Police Departments

What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Lyon County Nevada are basically a bunch of files that are filed in the courts of any county in the state. These types of documents allow people and law enforcement agencies to find out if someone has committed a crime. In most cases, if a person has a criminal record, a warrant is issued for their arrest. This way, they will be caught before committing another crime, or at least it will prevent them from getting a gun. To perform a search of a person’s warrant record, simply call a local courthouse and ask for all warrants that have been issued in that county. Searching is usually free, so don’t worry; you won’t be charged for using this service.

You can also perform a search online for the Lyon County Criminal Records to see if a person’s warrant has been filed. The website is not free, but it is quick and easy to use. You can type in the person’s name and also look up when their warrant was issued, how long it was, and where it was issued.

It is also possible to do a search on an individual to find out if they have a warrant out for their arrest. In order to do this, you need to know the person’s full name and where they live. You can then search through the Lyon County Records to see if there is a record of the person. Some counties may not have access to this information. If there is, you will only be able to perform a felony warrant search instead.

In order to actually obtain the record, you will be required to go to the courthouse. There are a number of ways to do this, and some require that the person you’re requesting the record from has also been involved in a criminal case. You will also be required to show proof of a valid address in order to proceed with the warrant application. If the person you’re requesting the warrant from doesn’t have a current warrant, you will be required to go to the court house in Lyon County and appear before a judge in order to get the necessary paperwork. In some cases, a signature is not required in order to obtain a warrant, but it will be recorded on your court documents as well.

In many cases, once you are at the courthouse, the clerk will give you the person’s formal identification. From there you can then request an application for a warrant. In some cases, you will be required to go back to the courthouse to perform this service in person. In other cases, a form will be provided to you to fill out ahead of time and then submit to the clerk. In some cases, a bailiff will also be required in order to physically apply for the warrant. Either way, it’s not hard to perform this service.

When you apply for a warrant, there is still an opportunity to commute the time between your arrest and court appearance. This is because the time must be spent in the courthouse in order to process your request. However, a court may issue the warrant, even if you have not been formally arrested, if you fail to appear as ordered. The penalties that you can incur include things like additional fines, possible jail time, as well as additional charges filed against you related to the original offense.