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(1841)Edgecombe County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Edgecombe County Sheriffs Office / Edgecombe County Detention Center3005 Anaconda RoadTarboroNC27886252-641-7911
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City Of Pinetops Police Department101 East Hamlet StreetPinetopsNC27864252-827-5014
City Of Sharpsburg Police Department108 Northeast Railroad StreetRocky MountNC27801252-977-0004
Princeville Police Department201 South Main StreetPrincevilleNC27886252-823-1143
Tarboro Police Department318 North Main StreetTarboroNC27886252-641-4247
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Warrant Records in Edgecombe County North Carolina

Warrant Records are public documents that show a person’s arrest for any crime. It is one of the most sensitive documents in our country. Warrant Records have always been highly protected and confidential. All Warrant Records in North Carolina are filed and stored at the Office of the Chief Patentiff. There are different offices that hold warrants for various violations of state law.

If you are not sure about your own warrant status, you should contact your local courthouse. The office will conduct an investigation to determine if there is a warrant out for your arrest. Warrant Records in Edgecombe County contain a person’s entire record, even if they are not charged with a crime. Warrant Records are one of the most requested public records.

If you have been arrested, the first thing you should do is seek the advice of your attorney. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important that you search for your own records so that you can find out what is going on with your arrest. You can search any public record, even if you have not been charged with a crime. To locate your warrant, visit your local courthouse and inquire about the procedure for searching for a warrant. Many courthouses have an online option where you can search their records for free.

The record of a person’s arrest, along with their name, date of birth, address and employer are all listed in a warrant. You can also learn more about a person by checking their record. By going through this process, you can find out if there are any warrants out for your arrest. If you have any suspicions about someone else in your life, you can go forward and seek an arrest warrant for their arrest.

Another good reason to check into a warrant is to verify if someone is who they say they are. Perhaps you have had a second or third look at the person applying for a job. It may be because of something that happened in your past. Criminal background checks are also something you can do.

When you have a warrant, it does not mean that the person is already in jail. A warrant only means that the person has one, when they are arrested. If a person does have an outstanding arrest warrant, it does not mean they are now in jail. In many instances, these warrants will be dismissed, depending on the circumstances.