Roseau County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Minnesota Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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An arrest warrant search in Roseau County will not only bring back information on the issue of detention orders but also arrest records from the area. For this data, you can connect with the office of the sheriff or a judicial entity that works with criminal matters. Two of these include the office of the magistrate that is in charge of issuing all active warrants and the county clerk’s office.

The latter is responsible for preparing the court dockets and maintaining a repository of these case files. Information contained in the database will include details on the release of active warrants from Roseau County, arrests made in connection with such orders and detentions that were effected without legal instruments.

Civil cases are also handled by this office, so you can also find details on civil court dockets through this agency. Hence any inquiry into the issue of arrest warrants issued in Roseau County conducted through the clerk of court’s office will bring back more extensive results then if were to be launched through another state department.

Of course, you could also get the sheriff or the magistrate to find arrest records and outstanding warrants from Roseau County for you. These agencies play a direct role in the release of detention directives. While warrants are issued at the urging of the police and they make arrests under these judicial provisions, the magistrate has the power to put these directives into effect. To contact these agencies, go to:

  • Law enforcement: 108 3rd Ave SW, Roseau, Minnesota 56751
  • Judiciary: 606 5th Ave SW, Roseau, MN 56751
  • County clerk: 216 Center Street West, Roseau, Minnesota 56751

Almost 250 criminal complaints are filed with the sheriff’s office of Roseau County, Minnesota annually. Of the reports received, only about 1.5% of the cases are violent in nature while the remaining 98% plus crimes are linked to property matters. In this crime category, thefts seem to be taking the lead with a whopping 200 complaints filed per annum.