Sequatchie County Warrants and Arrest Records Search
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When you need to get a Sequatchie County arrest warrant search done, you need not look beyond the sheriff's department unless you require a combined criminal and civil background report. Because the police are in charge of effecting arrests under active warrants and they place the request for these orders to begin with, the agency is bound to have all details pertaining to TN criminal cases.
In fact, the database of criminal history maintained by the police will have all crime related information regardless of how old a case is unless a specific set of records has been expunged. However, the sheriff's office has no business keeping civil court records. So, you won't be able to find out if a matter is being fought out in the family courts by your subject through this source.
For such information, you will necessarily have to take your inquiry on outstanding warrants to the office of the county clerk. The best part of going through this department is that the applicant is offered access to the repository of court dockets that contains information on Sequatchie County arrest records, warrants, case verdicts, sentencing, civil litigations and more.
You will only have to pay if you need printed copies of the results. The office of the magistrate has its own plus points when it comes to such inquiries. When looking for arrest warrants through this agency, you will also be able to find out about criminal summons and bench warrants issued in the name of the subject. To connect with these sources, go to:
- The sheriff's: 351 Fredonia Road, Suite A, Dunlap, Tennessee 37327
- The magistrate's: Cherry St, Dunlap, TN 37327
- The county clerk's: 307 Cherry Street East, Dunlap, Tennessee 37327
In Sequatchie County, Tennessee, almost 230 criminal incidents occur per year. Of the reports filed, approximately 12% are against violent acts of crime. A look at the property crimes that occur in the area shows that the maximum number of cases lodged each year can be attributed to thefts at about 200 incidents.