Kittson County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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An arrest warrant search from Kittson County, MN will get you details on all criminal actions initiated against the subject, except for those in which the defendant was acquitted. If a criminal case is still being tried or if it has ended in a conviction, you will be told about any arrests that were made in connection with the case and if there are any outstanding warrants issued against the defendants.

If the trial has culminated in a guilty verdict, you will also be able to find out about sentencing information and the holding facility where the accused is serving time along with details on parole and probation linked release. The magistrate’s court, if approached for an arrest warrant search, will also be able to shed light on the issue of other criminal and non criminal judicial instruments. For instance, you could find out if search orders and arrest warrants in civil cases were issued against the subject.

The county clerk’s office is often deemed as one of the best places to go to for an inquiry that pertains to Kittson County arrest records and active warrants, and there is good reason for this. The agency handles the court documents database. This is a repository that contains all judicial records for the area.

So, you will not just be able to learn about Kittson County outstanding warrants and arrests from this source but also you could petition them to release information that pertains to civil matters that the subject is embroiled in. To connect with the agencies discussed herein, you can go to:

  • The sheriff’s: 410 5th St S, Suite 102, Hallock, Minnesota 56728
  • The magistrate’s: 410 5th St S, Hallock, MN 56728
  • The county clerk’s: Po Box 639, Hallock, Minnesota 56728

From 2003 till 2008, about 80 criminal complaints were taken to the sheriff’s department of Kittson County, Minnesota every year. Of these complaints, about 5% were made against violent criminal acts. Also, through this period, there was a drop of a mammoth 800% in violent crime rates; however, the figures of overall crime increased by a mere 1%.