Crockett County, Tennessee Arrest Records and Warrants

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Once the police are in possession of an active warrant from Crockett County, Tennessee, they will catch up with the accused and march him down to the local prison. The suspect will be detained there till such time that the bail hearing is held. At this point, if the sitting magistrate chooses to release the defendant, he will have to make the bail amount and walk out after paying the security deposit.

However, if bail is denied, the person gets transferred to a state incarceration facility from where he is presented in court for every hearing. It is possible to find arrest records and information on outstanding warrants even in cases where the suspect has been granted bail. A warrant search to find detention orders issued in criminal matters can be initiated through:

  • The office of the sheriff: 884 Cavalier Dr, Alamo, Tennessee 38001
  • The office of the magistrate: 1 N Bells St, Alamo, TN 38001

Of these two agencies, the magistrate's court will be able to provide information on all forms of judicial instruments issued against a person. This would include search orders, bench warrants from Crockett County and summons, etc. Of course, it is also possible to get just arrest warrants related data from the agency. A most wanted list is furnished on the site of the sheriff at http://www.crockettsd.com/CCSD/Most_Wanted/Most_Wanted.html.

Another judicial department that accepts inquiries for arrest warrants from Crockett is the county clerk's office. This agency has a database of court dockets which are prepared for tribunals of all levels and jurisdictions. So, apart from information on active warrants, you can also get civil records from this office. To contact the clerk of court's office, go to 1 South Bells Street, Alamo, Tennessee 38001.

Only about 250 crimes are reported in Crockett County, TN every year. While this figure is not particularly alarming, the fact that almost 40 incidents are violent in nature and these form a large chunk of the overall crime rate for the area is what has got most residents concerned.

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