Lucas County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1622)Lucas County Police Departments
Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority Police Department11013 Airport HighwaySwantonOH43558419-865-2351
Lucas County Police Departments
Berkey Police Department12360 Sylvania-Metamora RoadBerkeyOH43504419-829-3810
Berkey Police Department5735 North Berkey Southern RoadBerkeyOH43504419-829-3810
Holland Police Department1245 Clarion AvenueHollandOH43528419-865-7105
Maumee Police Department109 East Dudley StreetMaumeeOH43537419-897-7025
Medical College Of Ohio Police3045 Arlington AvenueToledoOH43614419-383-3770
Northwest Ohio Developmental Center Police Department1101 South Detroit AvenueToledoOH43614419-385-0231
Ohio State Highway Patrol - Toledo Patrol Post 4810391 Airport HighwaySwantonOH43558419-865-0910
Oregon Police Division5330 Seaman RoadOregonOH43616419-698-7062
Ottawa Hills Police Department2125 Richards RoadToledoOH43606419-531-4211
Sylvania Police Department6635 Maplewood AvenueSylvaniaOH43560419-885-8900
Sylvania Township Police Department4420 King RoadSylvaniaOH43560419-882-2055
Toledo Area Metro Park District Rangers5100 Central AvenueToledoOH43615419-535-3050
Toledo Police DepartmentU.s. 20ToledoOH43615541-336-5555
Toledo Police Department - Northwest District Station2330 West Sylvania AvenueToledoOH43613419-936-3800
Toledo Police Department - Scott Park District Station2301 Nebraska AvenueToledoOH43607419-936-2000
Toledo Police Department - Vice Metro Drug Task Force Unit525 North Erie StreetToledoOH43604419-936-2513
University Of Toledo Police Department1515 South Towerview BoulevardToledoOH43606419-530-2600
Washington Township Police Department5714 Blessing DriveToledoOH43612419-726-0478
Waterville Township Police Department8245 Farnsworth RoadWatervilleOH43566419-878-9991
Waterville Village Police Department25 North 2nd StreetWatervilleOH43566419-878-8184
Whitehouse Police Department6925 Providence StreetWhitehouseOH43571419-877-5383
Lucas County Sheriff Department
Lucas County Sheriffs Office / Lucas County Jail1622 Spielbusch AvenueToledoOH43604419-213-4908
Lucas County FBI Office
Toledo Ohio FBI Office420 Madison AvenueToledoOH43604419-243-6122
Lucas County Probation Department
Lucas County Probation Department1100 Jefferson AvenueToledoOH43604419-213-6100
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Toledo Housing Court Records
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Toledo Police Department Website
University of Toledo Police Arrest Reports

Warrant Records – What Are They?

Have you been wondering what are warrants, and how are they processed in Lucas County, Ohio? You may be surprised when I tell you that warrants are nothing more than requests by an individual for a court order to allow an agent of the court to search for and arrest that person. Warrants are issued by a judge based on the proof found against an individual. A warrant does not carry any legal status, it is merely there to enable an officer to search for and arrest someone.

Warrants are typically issued by judges in county courts. When a judge issues a warrant it becomes a public record and can be viewed by anyone who intends to investigate the matter further. The person who is searched for must first apply for the warrant. When you apply for a warrant you must state why you require one and what information you want the warrant served on. The period of time that the warrant remains active is called the fugitive’s arrest warrant.

To serve a warrant you must have reasonable suspicion that a person has committed a crime. Probable cause refers to when a judge believes that there is reasonable evidence that a person is guilty of a specific crime. A police officer must then search for the person. If the person does not have identification, or they cannot produce the proper identification, a police officer must arrest them. Once arrested, the person can be taken to jail until they are released.

A warrant can be obtained in a variety of ways. If a person is suspected of a crime they can go to a judge and request an arrest warrant. They must provide proof that they know the person to be accused of the crime. This proof could be as simple as showing that the person is in their company at the time of the search.

In some instances a person will be arrested for a crime, but do not have any other criminal record. This is known as an “indigent” search, and is not considered a criminal record. The courts have the authority to allow this search and the results are not considered public record.

There are a variety of reasons for obtaining a warrant. Some people search for other reasons such as checking on a potential employer. Another reason for a search can be if a person has suspicions about their spouse. It is important that you understand what your rights are when it comes to searching a person’s background.