Lenoir County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1890)Lenoir County Police Departments
Kinston Department of Public Safety301 East King StreetKinstonNC28501252-939-3139
Lenoir County Police Departments
Kinston Police Department205 East King StreetKinstonNC28501252-939-3160
Kinston Police Department - Substation800 East Washington AvenueKinstonNC28501252-939-3220
Kinston Police Department - Substation701 Marilyn DriveKinstonNC28501252-939-3220
Kinston Police Department - Substation1 East Peyton AvenueKinstonNC28501252-939-3220
La Grange Police Department503 West Railroad StreetLa GrangeNC28551252-566-3400
La Grange Police Department120 East Railroad StreetLa GrangeNC28551919-252-3400
North Carolina State Highway Patrol - Kinston Satellite Hangar2686 Rouse RoadKinstonNC28504252-520-4541
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Troop A District Vii2214 West Vernon AvenueKinstonNC28504252-522-1511
Pink Hill Police Department303 Central AvenuePink HillNC28572252-568-4102
Pink Hill Police Department305 South Central AvenuePink HillNC28572
Lenoir County Sheriff Departments
Lenoir County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 3289KinstonNC28502252-559-6104
Lenoir County Sheriffs Department / Lenoir County Jail130 South Queen StreetKinstonNC28501252-559-6100
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Conducting a Name Based Search on Warrants

Warrant Records in Lenoir County North Carolina

Searching for Lenoir County North Carolina warrant records? It may be easier than you think. Warrant records are maintained in the same way as other public records, with a few differences. A Lenoir County public records search typically includes the person’s name, age, present address, court history, outstanding warrants, aliases, social security number, and other data depending on what type of information you’re searching for.

There are actually two ways to search for warrants. The first option is to go to the courthouse where the warrant was issued. You can typically find this data online at the clerk’s office or police station where the warrant was issued. This method will typically be more expensive than searching for public records by name. The second option is to use a criminal records lookup service online. Because these services are not run by the courthouse, they have access to many more public records, including warrants, and are more likely to provide you with data that is more up to date.

If you use a name based search for warrant searches in Lenoir County, you’ll find that your results can be limited to arrests or courthouse charges. The problem with this is that if there was an error, it could be as simple as a name misspelling. Or, the person who was arrested may have been convicted of a different crime. That’s why accuracy is essential when performing a name search by using a warrant service. Many people prefer to perform a search by name only. They then perform a more detailed search later, when it’s time to dig even deeper into the background of an individual.

The good news is that there are some pretty good warrant databases available online. There are two main providers of public records and a great many other companies that provide access to some of the most detailed public records around. Performing a warrant check is easy, fast, and simple when you use a reputable company that provides access to public records for nominal fees. These are just a few of the reasons why people look to get a criminal history check performed on someone else using a name based search.

If you have an idea about somebody’s history, you can easily perform a background check on them using their name. If you find that you need to do a search on a person, you should consider doing a public records search first. If you already know the name of the person that you’re looking for, you can still perform a name based search. Using the name of the person will make it easier to narrow down the results to include only public records. It also makes it easier to perform the search anonymously, which can be useful depending on your reason for the search.

You don’t have to waste time trying to perform a warrant records lookup if you’re only looking to find out if someone has an outstanding warrant out for their arrest. Today, you can simply perform a name based search for criminal records, court records, warrant records, or any other public records and find out right away whether or not the person you’re searching for has a warrant out for their arrest. This information comes up in two formats: free and pay-per-search. The free searches allow you to perform a limited search before having to pay per search. Performing a search without paying however, will give you access to more records, but the information is only more current.