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|(1763)Pike County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Pike County Probation Department||100 East 2nd Street||Waverly||OH||45690||740-947-7211|
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|Pike County Sheriffs Office||116 South Market Street||Waverly||OH||45690||740-947-2111|
|Piketon Police Department||109 East 3rd Street||Piketon||OH||45661||740-289-3102|
|Waverly Police Department||202 South Market Street||Waverly||OH||45690||740-947-2179|
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Ohio Warrants – Search and Browse
Warrant Records are public court documents that show when a person was arrested and what the reason for their arrest was. The information is mostly limited to that state, but some of the information is very public and others aren’t. It is important to understand exactly what warrant records show. That will help you determine if you need to search for them, or if you can do other types of searches on someone else’s records.
In Ohio, warrants are different than arrests. A warrant is different because it does not have to be based on probable cause that a person has committed a crime. A warrant can only be filed if there is suspicion that the person has committed a crime even without evidence to back up that suspicion.
What does this mean to you? If you are in Ohio, and you were arrested without a warrant, you may be able to get the charges against you dismissed. This doesn’t mean that you cannot be found guilty; it just means that the process of going to court may not start. The charges will be dropped if you can prove that you were not guilty of the original crime. You’ll have to convince a judge or prosecutor that there is no probable cause to believe that you committed the original offense.
Warrant records will show the name and address of the person that was arrested as well as any other information related to the case. You will also see the type of crime that was charged, the jurisdiction that the person was arrested in, and the criminal record of the person. If the person’s record is clean, then they will not be able to have a warrant. If the person’s record shows any type of crime, including any arrests, then the warrant may be active. You can be convicted of a crime even without being found guilty.
There are several different places to find Ohio warrant records. Each county in Ohio keeps its own records. Some counties share information with the rest of the counties. You can look in your county court house for information about an arrest. You can also look online for this information. The White pages and Google have free access to some of the information.
You will always want to make sure that the person you want to search has a clean record. That way, you won’t risk the possibility of an innocent person becoming caught up in the middle of an investigation. People lie, but you don’t know whether the person you’re looking at is telling you the truth or not. Searching warrant records can help you to find out.