Kandiyohi County, MN Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Minnesota Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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If you want to conduct an arrest warrants-search in Kandiyohi County, MN, visit the county’s website at http://www.co.kandiyohi.mn.us/.From there, choose the sheriff’s option from the Public Safety tab. From the sheriff’s office homepage, you can look up Kandiyohi County’s most wanted, find out how to obtain copies of arrest records, or find the list of outstanding warrants. The current list of active warrants issued for Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, is located under the “reports” tab. Also, under the “reports” tab is the list of inmates in custody at the county jail. The lists are updated daily, but the police are cautioned against relying solely on this online warrant search when making an arrest.

Arrest warrants in Kandiyohi County are issued under the authority of the Fourth Amendment of The Constitution. This document applies equally to every state and every county. Kandiyohi County arrest warrants are issued according to the same basic rules that apply to warrants nationwide. If you violate your probation, miss a scheduled court date, or are suspected of a crime, a warrant for your arrest may be issued. Whether you know about it or not, an outstanding warrant subjects you to arrest by any police officer in your area. Felony warrants can be served in any state, but some lesser warrants have geographical restrictions that allow arrests only as far as neighboring counties or a set distance. In any case, it is better to turn yourself in. While there is no specific information about turning yourself in on the Kandiyohi County website, a phone call to the sheriff’s department at (320) 235-1260 can point you in the right direction to satisfy your warrant.

During the 10 year period analyzed, overall crime increased by 30%, and violent crime increased by almost 5%. The 1999 to 2008 period studied showed a steady increase in crime except 2003 and 2005, where crime spiked. Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, experienced an average of two or three crimes a day.