Yell County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Arkansas Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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These days, it’s vitalfor Yell County, Arkansas (AR), residents to take the necessary precautions by conducting an arrest warrant search on an individual before developing a close business or personal relationship with someone. Active warrants and outstanding warrants in Yell County are an indication of a criminal history. A warrant is a document appointed by the local judge that allows a person suspected of an illegal act to be arrested and detained.When a warrant issued, local deputies are responsible for finding these individuals and bringing them in.

Finding out whether someone has an arrest warrant or accessing arrest records in Yell County is a simple process. You can begin by visiting the county’s sheriff office at Main Street, Danville Arkansas(479) 495-2811.The sheriff department has an open door policy allowing any one to come in and inquire about a current or a past warrant.The clerk or officer on duty usually will be able to supply you with information such as:

  • Date the warrant was issued
  • Fines that are associated with the offense
  • The suspected crime committed

For more detailed information you’ll need to get in touch with the county’s circuit clerk or clerk of courts to access court records. Court records will tell you a lot about an individual’s past history with the law.The offices of the circuit clerk and clerk of courts is located right at the court house on

101 E 5th StreetDanville AR 72833.

Over an eight year period nearly twenty four hundred crimes were committed in Yell County.Five hundred and ten of the crimes reported were violent resulting in death or severe bodily harm. Statistic show that nearly three hundred crimes are committed each year and they happen less than a mile away from home. Burglary makes up for most of the crime reported to law enforcement.