|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1504)Rockbridge County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Rockbridge County Sheriffs Office / Rockbridge Regional Jail||258 Greenhouse Road||Lexington||VA||24450||540-463-7328|
|Rockbridge County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Buena Vista Sheriffs Office||2039 Sycamore Avenue||Buena Vista||VA||24416||540-261-8615|
|Glasgow Police Department||1100 Blue Ridge Road||Glasgow||VA||24555||540-258-2732|
|Lexington Police Department||11 Fuller Street||Lexington||VA||24450||540-462-3705|
|Virginia State Police Division 6 Area 39 - Natural Bridge||3861 South Lee Highway||Natural Bridge||VA||24578||540-291-2548|
|Rockbridge County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Rockbridge County Child Support Warrants|
|Rockbridge County Criminal Records|
|Rockbridge County Jail Records|
|Rockbridge County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Rockbridge County Sex Offender Registry|
|Rockbridge County Sheriff's Office Website|
How to Search For Warrant Records
If you are curious about a particular person’s history, there is a way to find out about warrants and arrest records through the courts in Rockbridge County Virginia. Warrants are issued by a judge upon application of law enforcement officials. Warrants are issued for an array of reasons and can be for any number of things such as missing funds, unpaid traffic tickets, violation of some other law, or even murder.
Warrants are one of the most important types of public record. Warrant records allow law enforcement officials to locate, arrest, and detain a person for any reason at all. If a person fails to show up for their court date, a warrant will be issued for their arrest. They can then be held in jail until their warrant is issued. If they are caught again while in the system, their warrant will be renewed until they show up for their court date.
If a person does not show up for their court date for whatever reason, they can expect to have their warrant extended indefinitely. Once a warrant is in place, it can only be extended for so long. Therefore, someone who has multiple warrants can expect to be in jail for their entire life time if they fail to show up for their court date. The only way to get out of jail is by showing up for all court appearances.
To conduct a search of your own, there are some options available. You can hire a private investigator to obtain the documents for you. An investigator will charge you for their time and will not guarantee that they will find what you want. Besides the cost, you also have no guarantee of their finding the correct warrant on your person. In some cases, the wrong person may be found instead of the person the warrant was intended to locate.
Another option for searching the warrant records is online. There are companies now that offer to let you search and print the records from your computer. These companies have access to government and public records, so it should not be difficult to locate a person’s records from their computer. The good news is that most of these services offer a full money back guarantee if they do not locate the person you are looking for.
Before you decide to run a search of your own, it is important to understand how the warrant records are processed. If you are attempting to do a search online, you will need to provide at least one piece of information about the person you are searching for. The most basic of searches requires the person’s name, any aliases the person may use, their current address, and Social Security number among other information. If more information is needed, the search may be extended to include more people and states.