North Carolina Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Is It Possible To Access Arrest Records For Free In Graham, NC?

If you are looking to enjoy the best of what Mother Nature has to offer, Graham County is the place to go to. I only wish I could say the same to all those of you, who are looking for an arrest report or a warrant search from Graham.

It is obvious that you can’t expect much from an agency that does not maintain its online presence with an exclusive website. I mean how will the Sheriff’s Dept. offer arrest records or a warrants list online, when their webpage is clubbed with that of other government agencies in the county?

So, if you are interested in accessing the arrest log or the warrant list from the police, you don’t have much of a shot, unless you approach the agency personally. On the other hand, you can try your luck at the clerk’s office for criminal court records. Take a look at how these offices can help with a free criminal check, even if they only offer limited information.

Getting the police to help with a warrant search!

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  • Calling on the sheriff’s dept for a warrant inquiry: As a member of the community, it is your right to seek information from the police. Since background reports, particularly of the criminal kind, are a part of public records, you can seek an arrest report from the cops.

They may also part with details on active warrants as long as the criminal cases in which they were issued are past the stage of investigation. But, they don’t have to grant you access to the police blotter. That said, you can visit the law enforcement agency at 300 Rodney Orr Bypass, Robbinsville, NC 28771, USA.

  • Getting details on arrest warrants from the FB page of the agency: The sheriff’s social media page does have a few posts about most wanted person and information on some cold cases. This can be found at https://www.facebook.com/grahamcountysheriff/. The arrest mugshots on the page make it worth a glance for anybody who is interested in an offender search.

Can I turn to the judiciary for criminal court records and information on arrest warrants?

The clerk’s office does have the responsibility of maintaining the court docket database for the judiciary. Also, they are in charge of helping community members with a criminal check. Although a criminal docket is no match to police reports in terms of incident-specific information, it will suffice for a background check. You can get access to this information in 3 ways:

  1. A personal visit: Go to the office of the Clerk of Superior Court at 12 Court St, Robbinsville, NC 28771. You will find computers in the lobby meant for visitor use. These systems are linked to the court docket database so, you can use them to find the arrest records you need. In fact, this is the best way to find an arrest log, free of charge.
  2. Mail in the warrant search request: If you are willing to pay $25 for the criminal check, you can send the request for the warrant inquiry through mail to PO Box 1179, Robbinsville, NC 28771. Use the form at http://www.nccourts.org/Forms/Documents/112.pdf.

Finding records on court cases online: The NC courts website at http://www1.aoc.state.nc.us/www/calendars/Criminal.html allows you to access the court calendar for Graham and other counties in the state. You can only find the name of the defendant and the details of the charges against him/her through this tool. However, it is still worth a shot because the facility can be used to know if your subject is involved in any criminal processes that are currently in the trial stage.

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