Goodhue County Warrants and Arrest Records Search
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Wondering if there is an active warrant pending against you in Goodhue County, MN?A simple web search can lead you to a list of the outstanding warrants in Goodhue County.The list of arrest warrants is updated daily and can be found at http://www.co.goodhue.mn.us/CIS_Reports/public%20warrant%20list.rpt.html .You can conduct a warrant search by scrolling down the list.There are no specific details listed for satisfying a warrant, but the phone number to the sheriff's department is 651-267-2600.If you satisfy the warrant on your own terms by turning yourself in, you can avoid unexpected interruptions to your life.An outstanding warrant allows any police department to lawfully detain you.Serious felonies or multiple outstanding warrants result in more diligent police pursuit, but arrest warrants are issued for all levels of criminal behavior from failing to attend court for fishing without a license to suspicion of murder.Arrest records are available from the records desk located in the lobby of the Law Enforcement Center in the City of Red Wing.
Like every other jurisdiction in the United States, the requirements of a valid warrant in Goodhue County include the signature of a judge and the purpose of the warrant.A certain type of evidence called probable cause is also required for a warrant to be valid.Court records supply the probable cause necessary for warrants that are a result of missing a court date.
If you want to see the inmates currently in custody at the Goodhue County Jail, a roster of over 150 inmates is listed at http://www.co.goodhue.mn.us/CIS_Reports/Jail%20Roster%20Internet.pdf .This list is also updated daily.
Over 75% of the crimes reported between 1999 and 2008 were theft (including auto theft).Violent crime represents a smaller percentage of the total crime but is slowly consuming more of the total statistic in Goodhue County.Crime is slowly rising in Goodhue County, although rates jump up and down every year.