Most experts will tell you that the best way to deal with an active warrant from Bledsoe County, Tennessee is to turn yourself in. While proactive measures will undoubtedly be perceived positively by the local judiciary when it comes to handling arrest warrants, it would certainly help to know if there is indeed a detention order in your name before you take such drastic steps.
If you already have an outstanding warrant from Bledsoe County to your name, going to a government agency for a warrant search won’t work. In fact, this will put you in more trouble than you were in, to begin with, as arrest will be imminent. So, try an online database of arrest records and warrants for your inquiry. Using the form given above on this page will get you access to such a privately maintained database.
Alternatively, you could get a person you know to conduct the inquiry on your behalf. However, this will have to be done with utmost caution and discretion. Any attempts to gather information about active warrants for an accused will be considered an attempt at abetment. On the other hand, your legal representative can look for this information when handling your case. Some of the government agencies that you can go to when looking for information on Bledsoe County arrest warrants are:
- The office of the sheriff: PO Box 246, 130 Frazier Avenue, Pikeville, Tennessee 37367
- The magistrate’s court: 3150 Main St, Pikeville, TN 37367
- The county clerk’s office: PO Box 149, Pikeville, Tennessee 37367
Bledsoe County, TN, is one of the state’s areas with truly low crime rates. Less than 100 criminal incidents are reported in the county every year, and only about 9 of these are violent in nature. From 2001 to 2008, the police received almost 500 complaints.