Lewis County West Virginia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(848)Lewis County Police Departments
West Virginia Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement - Stonewall Jackson State Park149 State Park TrailRoanokeWV26447304-269-0524
Lewis County Police Departments
West Virginia State Police Troop 3 - Weston Detachment86 Glady Fork RoadWestonWV26452304-269-0500
Weston Police Department102 West 2nd StreetWestonWV26452304-269-3207
Lewis County Sheriff Departments
Lewis County Sheriff110 Center AvenueWestonWV26452304-269-8251
Lewis County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 150WestonWV26452304-269-8251
Lewis County Probation Department
Lewis County Probation Department235 North River AvenueWestonWV26452304-269-8237
Lewis County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Lewis County Child Support Warrants
Lewis County Criminal Records
Lewis County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Lewis County Sex Offender Registry
Lewis County Sheriff Website
Lewis County Sheriff's Office Tax Records Search

How to Find a Warrant Records Online

If you are researching the public records for warrants, in Lewis County West Virginia, it is important to make sure you have the correct information. Wartime court orders are not always posted in the correct place. For instance, if your address or contact information has changed since the order was served, you will not know the new information until it is too late. Therefore, before searching through the records, you must make sure you know the last name of the person served with the order and also make certain that the address or contact information you have is current. If the person’s name has been changed, you will need to update the records. There are times when the information may not match up and this can lead to a lot of frustration on your part when trying to locate the person’s records.

When searching through the public records, you will also see that the penalties associated with warrants can vary. The penalties for issuing false arrest warrants, grand jury charges and missing bail vary depending on the jurisdiction. In Lewis County, these penalties are: fine, community service, probation, jail or both. Other offenses include drug possession, dealing in criminal material including marijuana and paraphernalia, theft and robbery. If the person ordered to stand trial for the warrant did not appear as ordered and did not respond to the citation, the warrant will be “blessed” and removed from the court record.

Many people mistakenly think they do not need a lawyer to search through the records to find out whether or not their warrants are active. This can actually cause more problems than it solves. Because not every courthouse publishes warrant information, you may have trouble locating the person’s record because the website does not list warrants that have been suspended. This can make it very hard to find out whether or not your ex boyfriend or girlfriend is really the one you are looking for.

There are many places online where you can find warrant records for free. However, unless you want to spend all day trying to find them, you are better off spending ten bucks and getting the information you need. These databases have public records, but they are often not up to date. As such, there is no guarantee that you will find the person you are looking for. However, if you spend the ten bucks and make the small investment to get online, you will never have to worry about missing any important evidence again.

If you find yourself with the need to hire someone for a legal project or to find a person who has gone missing, a background check might be just what you need. If you are trying to find a person’s warrant records, but can’t find any online, you can hire an investigator and have him search the courthouse for you. He can even submit documents to make it official, if the person has not released them. The bottom line is that if you need to hire someone to help you find a person’s warrant, make sure you find a trustworthy, honest investigator.

If you don’t want to hire an investigator, you can do the work yourself. You will need to find a copy of the person’s warrant and keep it in a safe place. Then, you need to do the work of collecting the information you need from the various court houses. While it may take some time and a little effort, it is worth it when you discover the identity of the person who has requested your assistance.