Ashley County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Arkansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Put an end to your suspicions of an individual by conducting a local arrest record search in Ashley County AR. As difficult as the process may seem, especially if you have never done anything of this nature, searching for active warrants and any history of arrests is actually easy to do.The Freedom of Information Act turns criminal records into public information and enables a warrant search, on condition that these records have not been sealed or expunged by a Judge.
Ashley County local sheriff’s office has an updated list of outstanding warrants and past warrants on a specific individual. You can pay a visit to the sheriff’s office located at Ashley 12 West, Hamburg Arkansas 71646. Be sure to have the correct spelling of that person’s name in order to receive accurate results of any arrest warrant issued in Ashley County. They can also be reached by phone at 870- 853- 2040. The Sheriff’s department website also has a page dedicated to finding most wanted criminals.
For a more in depth search you may want to pay a visit to the Clerk of Courts office. The Clerk of Courts is responsible for maintaining all types of records including criminal cases. In those criminal cases you can find out whether someone has a long history of arrests.Their office is located at the courthouse at 205 East Jefferson Hamburg Arkansas 71646.
There’s also several reliable resources available online that allow a person to search for evidence of criminal history. Gain access to Ashley County court dockets here at https://caseinfo.aoc.arkansas.gov/cconnect/PROD/public/ck_public_qry_main.cp_main_idx
During 2001 to 2008 an estimate of 3,100 crimes were reported, 330 of which were violent. During the seven years span, there were four murders, forty rapes and over two thousand thefts.Most of the crimes committed in the county take place less than a mile away from the victim’s home.