Marion County warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Active warrants from KY are only issued when the police have evidence to show a magistrate that the incident which occurred is criminal in nature and based on the proof alone it can be inferred that this criminal act was a handiwork of the accused. This is one of the prime reasons why Marion County arrest warrant searches are as popular as they are.

An inquiry of this nature gets applicants details on the issue of all types of detention directives, so whether the subject has a bench warrant in his name which was released by civil tribunals or an active warrant that was issued in connection with a serious felony, details on all of these will be included in the background report.

What is more, Marion County arrest records are also handed out. In fact, if you were to take you warrant search to the departments of the county clerk, you can also access the civil court dockets. These are court records that will tell you about any insurance, divorce or corporate matter that the subject is involved in.

There are two approaches to conducting inquiries into active warrants and arrest records from Marion County; you can either go to a state agency mentioned below or simply fill the form you see on top of this page. This will get you access to a private database of crime history information. To approach state agencies for your inquiry on outstanding warrants and arrests, go to:

  • The Police: 223 N. Spalding Ave, STE: 101, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033
  • The court: 120 W Main St, Lebanon, KY 40033
  • The clerk of court: 120 West Main Street Suite 3, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033

In the last few years, the police of Marion County, Kentucky have been unable to control the stunning rise in the rates of crime across the area. While acts like murder and rape which qualify as violent recorded a growth of 80%, overall criminal activity surged by a massive 90%. So, the annual crime rate went from 40 incidents in 2005 to over 350 cases in 2008.