An active arrest warrant from Warren County, PA can come to haunt you even years after its issue. A lot of people assume that if they give an outstanding arrest warrant enough time, it will be removed from the system. However, this misconception has the potential to land them in a lot of trouble.
Even a routine traffic stop means that the peace officer in charge will run the name of the individual who is being stopped through a central database which has the listing of all arrest warrants issued across the country. So, if you suspect that there might be such an arrest order out in your name, it would be prudent to tackle it at once with the help of an attorney.
To find out, you will need to send either your attorney or a friend to gather this information from either of the state agencies mentioned below:
The sheriff’s department: Often the first place to stop at when conducting a warrant search, the police maintain all arrest records for the county because they are entrusted the task of executing the warrants and processing the suspects before taking them to court. The sheriff’s office is situated in 407 Market St, Warren, Pennsylvania 16365 and can be called on 814-723-7553.
The county clerk’s office: The magistrate’s court and the office of clerk of court are both situated in the county court house. However, the county clerk’s team also has an official website and they offer an online search tools for arrest records on http://warren.countycriminal.com/court-records-search/PA.
The magistrate’s office:The sitting magistrate of the criminal court in the county releases the arrest warrant in response to a formal request filed by the police. So, the office of the judge maintains all records pertaining to it. You can reach this branch of the judiciary at the Warren County Courthouse, 204 Fourth Avenue, Warren, PA 16365.
There crime rate of Warren County has almost doubled since 1999; at the time of writing this article, almost 600 complaints were being lodged with the police each year.In nearly half of these cases, the victim gets targeted when he/she is very close to his home or workplace.