Huron County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Wakeman Police Department59 Hyde StreetWakemanOH44889440-839-2511
Willard Police Department631 South Myrtle AvenueWillardOH44890419-933-2561
Huron County Sheriff Department
Huron County Sheriffs Office / Huron County Jail255 Shady Lane DriveNorwalkOH44857419-668-6912
Huron County Probation Department
Huron County Probation Department2 East Main StreetNorwalkOH44857419-663-6829
Huron County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Huron County Child Support Warrants
Huron County Clerk of Court Records
Huron County Criminal Records
Huron County Jail Records
Huron County Most Wanted
Huron County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Huron County Sex Offender Registry Database
Huron County Sheriff Website
Huron County Sheriff's Office Website
Plymouth Mayor's Court Records
(1525)Huron County Police Departments
Greenwich Police Department47 Main StreetGreenwichOH44837419-752-2681
Huron County Police Departments
Monroeville Police Department9 Monroe StreetMonroevilleOH44847419-465-2345
New London Police Department115 East Main StreetNew LondonOH44851419-929-3504
Norwalk Police Department37 North Linwood AvenueNorwalkOH44857419-663-6780
Ohio Department Of Natural Resources - Division Of Natural Areas And Preserves4934 West River RoadWakemanOH44889440-839-1561
Ohio State Highway Patrol - Norwalk Patrol Post 39300 South Norwalk Road WestNorwalkOH44857419-668-3711
Plymouth Police Department25 Sandusky StreetPlymouthOH44865419-687-3371

What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records, otherwise known as arrest records are considered public information and are required by law to be open to the public for inspection. However, there are specific authorization requirements that must be met before records can be released to the public. Warrant Records in Huron County Ohio are considered public domain and are able to be searched online via Internet databases. However, certain restrictions apply and are discussed below:

Arrest records per se state that an individual has been arrested once for a criminal activity. The individual may have numerous arrests on their record for various reasons. Sometimes records may be canceled for numerous reasons and when this happens, an individual can be legally unable to access any of their criminal activity records. If you need to look up someone’s criminal records, you must inform the proper authorities such as your local police department or Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Criminal activity records list the details of an individual’s conviction for a crime. This includes all court records and proceedings pertaining to the person’s conviction. This is important because if you are employing a person, looking into a nanny or renting a place to live, an individual’s record will give you insight into the person’s past and present actions.

Warrant Records in Huron County Ohio list an individual’s criminal history in full regardless of when the arrest took place. The conviction should be less than five years old as this will have a bigger effect on obtaining employment or rental property. When searching for an individual’s conviction records, you must contact the designated offices as not all databases are updated with all convictions.

Subpoenas and warrants are not the same thing as they are similar in many ways. A warrant is an order from a judge that allows law officials to conduct their duties. A subpoena is a document that is issued by a judge and requires an individual to provide information or testimony as an investigator. Subpoenas can be for any number of reasons but generally relate to the performance of the individual in question or a situation where the individual’s rights have been violated under the law.

If an individual refuses to cooperate or provide the necessary information to authorities, a warrant can be obtained through a judicial search. In most cases, this means a trip to the county courthouse for processing. Warrant Searches are not limited to criminal offenses but also include traffic tickets and numerous other infractions. When performing a search, you must be aware of your rights and understand the implications of accessing personal records.