Columbus County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1820)Columbus County Police Departments
Chadbourn Police Department208 East 1st AvenueChadbournNC28431910-654-4146
Columbus County Police Departments
Chadbourn Police Department602 North Brown StreetChadbournNC28431910-654-4146
City Of Fair Bluff Police Department1175 Main StreetFair BluffNC28439910-649-7323
North Carolina Division Of Parks - Lake Waccamaw State Park1866 State Park DriveLake WaccamawNC28450910-646-4748
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop B District V917 Washington StreetWhitevilleNC28472910-642-7169
Tabor City Police Department103 East 4th StreetTabor CityNC28463910-653-3140
Tabor City Police Department1108 East 5th StreetTabor CityNC28463910-653-3149
Town Of Lake Waccamaw Police Department205 Flemington DriveLake WaccamawNC28450910-646-3558
Whiteville Police Department117 East Columbus StreetWhitevilleNC28472910-642-5111
Columbus County Sheriff Department
Columbus County Sheriffs Department805 Washington StreetWhitevilleNC28472910-642-6551
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Per State Laws – How to View a Criminal Records Report Online

Warrant Records in Columbus County North Carolina are maintained by the county courthouse. The local courthouse will keep the person’s name and address for a period of time, sometimes up to ten years. If the person does not have or use a Social Security Number, the records will contain that information. In most cases, warrants will be issued for criminal activity. Warrants are records that the police will search before making an arrest and can extend for as long as 90 days.

Warrants are one of the biggest databases of people’s information in the criminal justice system. If you have any suspicion that a person may be involved in your area, but you do not have any evidence, you can search for warrants online. If you are being suspicious about your neighbors, employees, or friends, you should search for a warrant to see if there is solid proof to support your suspicions. The person’s name will be placed on a list and will be made available to the public. You may find the person in question while searching online.

A warrant will state the reason that the person has been arrested. Many times, they will be related to illegal activity, but that is not always the case. If there is reason to believe that a person may be doing something illegal, but no record exists to prove it, the criminal justice system will issue a warrant for that person’s arrest.

There is nothing more frustrating than having someone move into your neighborhood and then becomes hostile toward you and your family. You may want to investigate that person a bit, but do not have any solid proof. You can look online and view the background of that person and their warrant records. This can help you to learn more about a person and learn whether or not they are worth looking into.

Per state laws, it is your right as a US citizen to view other people’s public records. With this, you can search for a person’s name and get additional information. However, the information you can obtain is not considered legal advice. It is for your own personal use only and may not be used in any way to pursue a case. You should not release the information to a third party at all, except as needed to help you build a strong case against a suspect.

Warrant records are considered a part of the public domain. If you are investigating someone for any type of crime, you should not have to pay for the records. You should be able to access the records for free from your state’s criminal justice system. You can search for a person’s name and address, or an entire record, at your fingertips without any charges.