You can get an arrest warrant search in Swain County done as a matter of your statutory rights. All citizens of NC are entitled to information that is deemed public and this includes some data pertaining to criminal matters. Usually, it is commonplace to find the police as well as judicial agencies releasing information about cases that have ended in a conviction.
Applicants are told about whether their subject was ever found guilty in a criminal case and they can also expect to find details on the charges that were filed against the accused, the sentence imposed on this person, when, where and for how long this person was incarcerated and the date of parole and release.
You will also be told about cases in which the defendant was released on probation or with a community service sentence. Applicants will also find out about DUI arrests as long as these resulted in a case. So, in other words, information on every time the subject was taken into custody and the issue of all Swain County outstanding warrants to his name will be furnished.
However, arrest records and details on active warrants will pertain to Swain County alone and at the most the state. In other words, although the sheriff's office will have access to information on other criminal matters that involved the accused across the country, they will not be forthcoming with this data. In order to find information on local arrest warrants and detentions, go to:
- Law enforcement: PO Box 1398, 95 Brendle Street, Bryson City, North Carolina 28713
- Judiciary: 101 Mitchell Mountain Rd, Bryson City, NC 28713
- County clerk: PO Box 1397, Bryson City, North Carolina 28713
The annual crime average of Swain County, North Carolina which stands at a whopping 250 incidents is enough to prove to most people why they ought to go in for a warrant search. Then, there is the increase in the crime rates of the area; violent criminal incidents averaged 87% higher than before while reported criminal acts logged in a growth of almost 86%.