Lehigh County Pennsylvania Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1478)Lehigh County Police Departments
Lehigh Valley International Airport Police3311 Airport RoadAllentownPA18109610-266-6000
Lehigh County Police Departments
Alburtis Borough Police Department260 Franklin StreetAlburtisPA18011610-966-4778
Allentown Police Department425 Hamilton StreetAllentownPA18101610-437-7753
Catasauqua Police Department118 Bridge StreetCatasauquaPA18032610-264-0577
Coopersburg Police Department5 North Main StreetCoopersburgPA18036610-282-1444
Coplay Police Department98 South 4th StreetCoplayPA18037610-262-2288
Emmaus Police Department28 South 4th StreetEmmausPA18049610-967-3113
Emmaus Police Department400 West Jubilee StreetEmmausPA18049610-967-3113
Fountain Hill Police Department941 Long StreetFountain HillPA18015610-691-5512
Lower Milford Police Department7607 Chestnut Hill Church RoadCoopersburgPA18036610-967-4949
Macungie Police Department21 Locust StreetMacungiePA18062610-966-2222
Pennsylvania State Police - Troop M - Bethlehem2930 Airport RoadBethlehemPA18017610-861-2026
Pennsylvania State Police Troop M - Fogelsville8320 Schantz RoadBreinigsvillePA18031610-395-1438
Salisbury Township Police Department3000 South Pike AvenueAllentownPA18103610-797-4000
Salisbury Twp Police Administration3000 South Pike AvenueAllentownPA18103610-797-1447
Slatington Police Department125 South Walnut StreetSlatingtonPA18080610-767-1846
South Whitehall Township Police Department4444 Walbert AvenueAllentownPA18104610-398-0337
Upper Saucon Township Police Department5500 Camp Meeting RoadCenter ValleyPA18034610-282-3064
Whitehall Township Police Department3731 Lehigh StreetHokendauquaPA18052610-437-3042
Lehigh County Sheriff Department
Lehigh Sheriffs Department455 Hamilton StreetAllentownPA18101610-782-3175
Lehigh County DEA Office
Allentown Pennsylvania DEA Office504 Hamilton StreetAllentownPA18101610-770-0940
Lehigh County FBI Office
Allentown Pennsylvania FBI Office504 Hamilton StreetAllentownPA18101610-434-4062
Lehigh County Probation Department
Lehigh County Probation Department455 Hamilton StreetAllentownPA18101610-782-3349
Lehigh County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Allentown City Government Parking Tickets
Allentown Police Department Website
Bethlehem Police Department Website
Emmaus Police Department Website
Lehigh County Child Support Warrants
Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas Court Records
Lehigh County Criminal Records
Lehigh County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Lehigh County Sex Offender Registry
Lehigh County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Sales
Lehigh County Sheriff's Office Website
Lehigh Valley Live Crime Reports

Warrant Records Search

Warrant Records in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania are maintained by the district attorney’s office. They have over 400 warrants for persons convicted of various crimes throughout the county. These warrants can be for anything from DUI violations all the way to major offenses such as murder and homicide. The warrants are filed through the court system, and they are available to anyone who is interested.

There are different reasons that someone might get a warrant. Usually it’s as a result of some sort of illegal action that is being performed by a person. The arrest could be done without the issuance of a warrant. In some cases, there could be suspicion of illegal activities taking place without a warrant. If a person does not follow the terms of the warrant that was written down then their warrant will be revoked and they will be able to come back and reclaim their property.

Warrant records are very public information, so you can check and see if you have a warrant for a person’s arrest. This is one of the most popular types of searches that a person can do. You can also look to see if you have a warrant for your own arrest. It is possible for you to be stopped while driving and the officer will write down your driver’s license number and ask you to produce your warrant or any other proof that you are who you say you are. At that point, you may be asked to either go to jail or get your record sealed.

If you are concerned about your own records, then you can look online to find out what you have. You will be able to see who has been arrested and how many times, and the date that the charges were filed. In some instances, you will be able to see the disposition of the case and all of the evidence that was used against the person.

Most people don’t think that warrant records are kept by the government, but this is actually the case. Many federal agencies do keep these records. Therefore, if you are applying for a job, checking to see if you have a warrant for your arrest is standard procedure. Likewise, if you have financial matters and would like to hire a lawyer or a new business partner, then checking to see what criminal records they may have is helpful. This is necessary if you are going to be trusting someone else in your life.

Finally, if you have had your vehicle impounded, you may have a copy of the document in your vehicle. Because it is a public document, it is available for public access. Therefore, it can serve as an important legal record of the arrest and conviction. These records will have your name, address, warrant number, and anything else that is related to the case.