Roane County, TN Warrants and Arrest Records
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Like several other geographical divisions in the state of Tennessee, Roane County offers no recourse for online warrant searches. In fact, of the three agencies that routinely update and maintain arrest records, none offer information on active arrest warrants through their website.
So, if you would like to find out if an acquaintance of yours has an outstanding warrant in his/her name, you will have to take the trouble of driving to these different agency offices in person. When you drop by for arrest warrants data in Roane County, do not forget to carry a photo ID along. The last thing you need is to be arrested under suspicion.
The sheriff's department which is located at 230 North Third Street, Kingston, Tennessee 37763865-376-5582 has county level database of crime history information that has details on all arrest warrants issued by local tribunals. This repository is also connected to the FBI and state databases. However, the sheriff's office will not get you information from the federal or out of state criminal records.
The county clerk's office on the other hand is more open to offering data on all forms of litigations, be they criminal or civil. Because this agency maintains the court dockets, they can tell you precisely why and when a warrant was issued against a person. In fact, they will also be able to provide data on other types of arrest orders like bench warrants and summons. To get in touch with them, write to them at PO Box 643, Kingston, Tennessee 3776 or call on 865-376-5578.
Finally, you can also visit the magistrate's court for a warrant search. The office of the magistrate works out of the county courthouse at 200 E Race St, Kingston, TN 37763. To connect with them over the phone, dial 865-376-3861.
Through the period between 2000 to 20008, each year almost 1600 crime reports were filed in Roane County, TN. This comes to well over 14000 criminal acts over the nine year interval. Of these, nearly 8% were violent in nature while the remaining 92% are property thefts.