Iredell County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1870)Iredell County Police Departments
Iredell County Detention Center221 East Water StreetStatesvilleNC28677704-878-3131
Iredell County Police Departments
City Of Troutman Police Department400 North Eastway DriveTroutmanNC28166704-528-7610
Lake Norman Park Ranger Station159 Inland Sea LaneTroutmanNC28166704-528-6350
Mooresville Police Department750 West Iredell AvenueMooresvilleNC28115704-664-3311
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop F District Iv905 Carolina Avenue NorthStatesvilleNC28677704-878-4221
Statesville Police Department330 South Tradd StreetStatesvilleNC28677704-878-3412
Iredell County Sheriff Departments
Iredell County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 287StatesvilleNC28687704-878-3180
Iredell County Sheriffs Department231 Tradd StreetStatesvilleNC28677704-878-3181
Iredell County Sheriffs Department - Mooresville610 East Center AvenueMooresvilleNC28115704-664-7500
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Warrant Records – What Can They Tell Me?

Iredell County, North Carolina records are public and you can search for warrants or arrest warrants online. Per Section 830 of the NC General Laws, any person who owns real property within the boundaries of Iredell County may freely advertise and disclose to any person having a lawful right to the same (such as a government agency) all matters of real property and personal effects held by him on behalf of the owner if the latter is in default of any such obligation. This includes, but is not limited to, any and all mortgages, deeds, mortgages, liens, judgments, administrative actions and proceedings, interests, charges and costs that may have been collected from the owner, any improvements to real estate or improvements made by the owner in the course of ten years prior to the filing of the action. The warrant or the papers containing the complaint must be filed with the register of deeds, and a copy of the same must be given to the owner at the earliest possible date.

If arrested without warrant, the accused has the right to immediately arrest the officer and give him all of the information regarding his arrest. Warrant records will be located by the jail in which the arrested person was lodged. Warrant records also may be kept by local police departments under separate state laws. But, under most circumstances, warrant searches are conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. They will either buy or destroy records, or make them available to the public upon the permission of the person being searched.

In cases where an individual does not own property and has reason to suspect the issuance of a warrant for his or her arrest, he or she can use one of the many professional companies that do the research and search for warrants online. These companies will search all of the various sources mentioned above and bring you the results that you need in minutes. You can then see if there are warrants for your arrest; if so, they will tell you how to go about getting them lifted.

An experienced warrant search company can give you information on several types of warrants for your arrest. They will tell you whether it is a arrest warrant, or a bench warrant. They can also give you other details pertaining to the warrant such as its issuance date and location. And, they can even search for bail bonds or other associated information. But most important, they will search through the courts to see if there is a basis to continue the arrest of the person.

If there is indeed a warrant out for your arrest, they will inform you of that as well. This can usually happen in the early morning hours when the person’s first day off from work. The person will likely become indignant at being kept overnight in jail because of a “misdemeanour” charge. Although it is unlikely that the person will actually do something while in jail, he or she may refuse to talk to the investigating officer, and therefore the warrant will be granted. Therefore, if the person is to be arrested again today, a warrant will probably be issued.

Warrant records are not just used by police to arrest someone; they can be used by private individuals who are suspicious about a spouse, child or partner. As I mentioned above, there are numerous different web sites now offering to let you do a free online warrant search. However, some are no better than others, and many do not even have all the data that they claim they do have. You will find the best, reliable, and most up to date warrant records from a paid service online, allowing you to have the peace of mind that you need to feel safe and protected.