Wolfe County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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The magistrate’s office would be a good place to start an arrest warrant search in Wolfe County, KY. The bench issues all legal directives, including those that command arrests. Among the other provisions available to the judiciary to address various legal situations are summons, subpoenas, and bench warrants.

So, when you get in touch with the magistrate’s office, you don’t just have to limit yourself to accessing the information on Wolfe arrest records and outstanding warrants but can also find out about the bench orders issued to order the detention of the subject. These are directives released when a person is absconding after being allowed to walk under bonded release.

Contempt of court charges can also lead to the issue of such directives. On the other hand, a criminal summons is issued when a complaint is filed against a person by a civilian. As long as a matter against your subject was taken to the magistrate’s court, you can find out about it through the office of the judge.

Of course, you will also be given information on arrests and the active warrants from Wolfe County in the name of this person. Inquiries are usually handled within a few minutes if you personally go down to the agency office. Like with the other departments in the state’s justice assembly, you are allowed to also send in your warrant search requests through the mail. The other offices that you can connect with for your criminal history check have also been listed here:

  • The office of the sheriff: 10 Court St, Campton, Kentucky 41301
  • The court of the magistrate: As above
  • The department of the county clerk: As above

Although 30 crimes are reported in Wolfe County, Kentucky per annum, the violent crime rate is surprisingly low at just 1%. In fact, of the 91 criminal complaints filed with the police from 2005 to 2007, just 1 could be attributed to violent crime. Also, there has been a reduction of almost 90% in the area’s overall criminal activity.