Buncombe County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
City Of Asheville Police Department - East Asheville Oakley Resource Center711 Fairview RoadAshevilleNC28803828-277-7101
City Of Asheville Police Department - West Asheville Resource Center970 Haywood RoadAshevilleNC28806828-251-4032
City Of Black Mountain Police Department106 Montreat RoadBlack MountainNC28711828-669-9194
City Of Montreat Police DepartmentRainbow TerraceBlack MountainNC28711828-669-8072
Montreat College - Montreat Campus Police Department310 Gaither CircleMontreatNC28757828-669-8012
North Carolina Division Of Forest Resources - Region Three14 Gaston Mountain RoadAshevilleNC28806828-251-6509
North Carolina State Highway Patrol - Fletcher Satellite Hangar / Asheville Duty Station Office1301 Fanning Bridge RoadFletcherNC28732828-654-7404
North Carolina State Highway Patrol - Western Criminal Interdiction Team600 Tunnel RoadAshevilleNC28805828-296-1561
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop G Headquarters / Troop G District Iv / Troop G District Vii600 Tunnel RoadAshevilleNC28805828-298-4256
Town Of Weaverville Police Department30 South Main StreetWeavervilleNC28787828-645-5700
University Of North Carolina Campus Police1 University HeightsAshevilleNC28804828-251-6710
Woodfin Police Department90 Elk Mountain RoadWoodfinNC28804828-253-4889
Buncombe County Sheriff Department
Buncombe County Sheriffs Department202 Haywood StreetAshevilleNC28801828-250-4474
Buncombe County FBI Offices
Asheville North Carolina FBI Office151 Patton AvenueAshevilleNC28801828-253-1643
Asheville North Carolina FBI Office22 South Pack SquareAshevilleNC28801828-253-3658
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Biltmore Forest Police Department355 Vanderbilt RoadBiltmore ForestNC28803828-274-0822
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City Of Asheville Police Department100 Court PlazaAshevilleNC28801828-259-5880

Warrant Records Are Important

What are Buncombe County North Carolina warrants? Well, a warrant is a legal document issued by a court that authorizes a law enforcement official to search and seize a person or property without an individual’s permission. In other words, if you are arrested for being in the commission of a crime, your arrest warrant will show up on your criminal record. If it is subsequently found to be valid, it will serve as proof that you did commit the crime.

Warrant records are held in two places. A list of public records and a database of public records are both maintained at the Buncombe County Government and Records Division. Public records include anything that has been recorded by a public entity such as a government agency. Public records can include anything from birth to death and marriage. Warrant records, however, only include warrants that have been granted.

Why would someone want to look up Buncombe County warrant records? Most likely, if you were being investigated for any type of crime, your chances of free passage are reduced considerably. As a suspect, you may be asked to produce identification and fingerprints in order to prevent further investigation. If you refuse to do so, your name and information may end up on a list of people who have been arrested and convicted of crime, which could make it difficult, if not impossible, for you to obtain a job.

There are a few situations where a person does not have a criminal record, but is being sought after due to an active warrant. For example, there may be a suspicion that a person may be a criminal or may have committed a crime but has not yet been charged. Such individuals may be approached for employment, offered a job and asked to provide a formal background check. When these checks reveal an outstanding warrant, employers usually turn down the offer and proceed with caution.

If you are approached for a job, there are ways around this. If you have lived in the same area for at least three years without a break in, then most employers will not perform a check unless you voluntarily provide one. The same goes for those who have recently relocated to another part of the state. Unless these people can provide proof that they have never lived at an address other than their present one, most companies will not run a criminal record check. This is one of the reasons that the Internet is such a great place to conduct criminal record searches.

Because warrants are issued by court, criminal defense attorney’s offices often maintain a copy of a person’s warrant records. These documents show when, where and by whom the warrant was issued, as well as the name of the person being accused. You may be able to learn more about a person by conducting a search online for public records.