Hocking County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1523)Hocking County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Hocking County Probation Department51 East Main StreetLoganOH43138740-380-9759
Hocking County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Hocking County Sheriffs Office25 East 2nd StreetLoganOH43138740-385-2121
Laurelville Police Department18751 Main StreetLaurelvilleOH43135740-332-4481
Logan Police Department50 South Mulberry StreetLoganOH43138740-385-6866
Murray City Police Department13964 Locust StreetMurray CityOH43144740-762-2362
Hocking County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Hocking County Child Support Warrants
Hocking County Court of Common Pleas Website
Hocking County Jail Records
Hocking County Municipal Court Records
Hocking County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Hocking County Sex Offender Registry
Hocking County Sheriff's Office Offender Search
Hocking County Sheriff's Office Website
Hocking County Sheriff's Office Website (Ohio)

How to Look Up Warrant Records

You will find all sorts of Warrant Records in Hocking County Ohio. In fact, if you do an online search, you will find warrants in all areas of the state, including Hamilton and Warren. These warrants were issued by Magisterial courts all over the state. You can find a list of these records online. They are public records.

Warrant is a legal term that describes any official order that authorizes a law enforcement officer to arrest a person for a crime. Warrant can be for many reasons. If a person is arrested for an outstanding warrant on a property (house, car, etc) where the warrant was stated, then that person may be arrested without warrant. Other reasons for warrants are to protect people from danger on their property or to investigate a crime that may occur on that property.

To obtain a copy of a persons criminal records, you must have legal papers issued by the court. Warrant is one of those legal papers and they can be obtained from the clerk of court. To apply for the papers you will need the persons full legal name, date of birth, social security number, previous addresses, driver license number, and any other information that may be required by the court. You can also apply for the warrants online at the court’s website.

Warrant is considered as criminal “billed” in the county where it was issued. So, for example if a person had an outstanding warrant for his or her arrest, that person could be arrested even if he or she is in his or her own house. If you have a warrant or a “billed” warrant, the police cannot just knock on your door and arrested you for something that happened at your own house. The only way to get rid of the “billed” or “warrant” is to make sure that it is removed from your person or vehicle. You can do this by contacting the courthouse or the police department to see what is the procedure to remove a warrant.

The process is relatively easy. If you are in the person’s house when the warrant is issued, you have the right to enter the person’s house to see if there is a warrant for his or her arrest. If there is, you can turn the warrant over to the police so they can take care of it. You don’t have to worry about the fact that you are in the person’s house because you are not doing anything illegal.

To be safe you should also have a phone number of the person that is the subject of the warrant. You should also be able to find out what offenses the warrant is for. So if for example you are trying to find out if there is a warrant out for your boyfriend, you could call his place of employment and ask to speak with the person that has the warrant. Then if you are in his house while he is there you can confront him. If he admits to having the warrant then you could take it out and return it to the courts.