Red Lake County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Minnesota Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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For years people have harbored the misconception that only cops offer arrest warrant searches for Red Lake County, MN. However, this assumption could not be further from the truth as the judiciary can also be petitioned to find information on arrest records as well as outstanding warrants and other judicial actions issued against a person.

To get the arrest warrant inquiry handled, you can go to the office of the magistrate or that of the county clerk. However, before you get behind the wheels of your car, all set to drive down to the courthouse, you need to understand that not all active warrants from Red Lake County are issued by the court of the magistrate.

This tribunal does handle preliminary processes in criminal matters however, grand jury hearings are held at the circuit court. This means that if an indictment has been returned and this has led to the issue of an arrest warrant, you will only find information on such directives through the office of the clerk of court or the circuit tribunal.

As far as arrests are concerned, the cops can help you if a subject was ever detained in a criminal matter. As long as this person was produced in court for a bail hearing, the tribunal and the county clerk will also have the arrest records from Red Lake County in the name of this individual. In essence, to look for outstanding warrants and arrest records, you can go to any of the agencies listed below:

  • The sheriff’s: 124 N Main Ave, PO Box 306, Red Lake, Minnesota 56750
  • The magistrate’s: 124 Langevin Ave NW, Red Lake Falls, MN 56750
  • The county clerk’s: PO Box 3, Red Lake Falls, Minnesota 56750

The crime rates of Red Lake County, Minnesota have nearly halved in the 5 years from 2003 to 2008. At the beginning of this interval, an estimated 25 criminal incidents were reported to the police on an annual basis, but by the end of this period, the figure had been brought down to a mere 12 incidents.