Rowan County, NC Warrants and Arrest Records

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Finding arrest records in Rowan County is not particularly tedious as the Sheriff's Department and the judiciary offer a range of options for people interested in a warrant search. In fact, Rowan County, NC is one of the few areas where the law enforcement office provides database of active arrest warrants.

To access the webpage, visit http://www.rowancountync.gov/GOVERNMENT/Departments/SheriffsOffice/WarrantList/tabid/988/Default.aspx. You can also find a list of the most wanted criminals in the area from the sheriff's official website at http://ossip2c.rowancountync.gov/p2c/mostwanted.aspx. If you want to notify the police of a crime or have any other queries, you can contact them on:

  • Phone: (704)216-8700
  • Fax: (704)216-8674

However, if you are looking for in depth arrest records, you will need to visit the precinct in person. The sheriff's office can be found on 232 N Main St, Salisbury, North Carolina 28144. Do not forget to take a photo ID along if you want to conduct a warrant search on someone.

You can also get crime history data from the offices of the magistrate's court and the county clerk. Both are housed in the central judicial complex on 210 N Main St, Salisbury, NC 28144-4374. They can also be contacted over phone by dialing 704- 797-3001 or 704-639-7677.

The county clerk is charged with the maintenance of the court dockets. So, you will not only get information pertaining to active or outstanding arrest warrants from this source but also you can get details on the charges filed against a person and the disposition of the case.

During the ten year interval that started in 1999 and ended in 2008, nearly 33,000 crimes took place in Rowan County, North Carolina. This puts the annual crime figure at just about 3300 incidents. While this number may not be particularly alarming, it does lead to almost 12 criminal occurrences each day. The worst part is that in most crime cases, the victim is no more than a mile away from his home/office when the incident occurs.

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