McDowell County, NC Warrants and Arrest Records

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Whoever said that only employers in McDowell County ought to conduct a warrant search was obviously not apprised on the crime scenario in the area. With a wave of nefarious activity gripping the nation at large, it is always good to play it safe and look into the background of a newly made professional or personal acquaintance.

Fortunately, the task of gathering information on arrest records in McDowell is not particularly cumbersome if you know the right channels to go through. For example, when you need details on active arrest warrants and all data pertaining to crime including a recent most wanted list, going to the cops will certainly help. However, instead of heading to the local precinct, it would make sense to drive to the head office of the law enforcement agency at 593 Spaulding Road, Marion, North Carolina 28752.

If you would like a heads up on the precise process that you will have to follow for a warrant search, you can call on 828-652-4000 while a form for information on outstanding warrants can also be faxed to the agency at 828-652-8910.

On the other hand, if you want to look through the court dockets which are records of trial proceedings, you will have to get in touch with the county clerk. This agency is responsible for both the preparation of such civil and criminal records as well as their maintenance. To get in touch, hop over to 60 E Court St, Marion, NC 28752 or call on 828-652-7121.

Finally, the magistrate's court should serve as your third source for arrest records from McDowell. They work out of One S. Main St, Marion, North Carolina 28752 and the office can be contacted by calling on 828-652-7717

In McDowell County, NC almost 800 instances of crime are reported each year. This cumulative figure is made up of almost 50 cases of violent criminal activity and nearly 750 complaints against property crimes.

The overall increase in the average of reported crime through the eight year period between 2001 to 2008 has been just about 70%. In fact, if this growth is not curbed, in the very near future, the total incident rate for the county will scale to well over 1500 occurrences.

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