Carrying out a Search for Franklin County Arrest Records

It might be a bit challenging to find Franklin County arrest records since there are no official online databases on a local level available to the public. That means that any investigation demands personally visiting the relevant offices of law enforcement agencies to garner information.

What we suggest doing is going to the sheriff office (285 T Kemp Rd. Louisburg, North Carolina 27549. Tel: 919-496-2186) and delving into their inmate lists. You can ask about a detainee that interests you.

Franklin County warrants

Once you are at the sheriff’s office, you should also inquire about Franklin County warrants. The sheriff can give you updated information on wanted people.

Moreover, you can turn to the Magistrate office (Tel: 919-497-4280). They issue most of the active warrants in the county, so their archives are the most updated.

Conducting a criminal case search

To find out not only if a person has been apprehended but also whether he was convicted of a crime, you will need to access Franklin County court records. You should seek these records at the Clerk of Court’s office (the Criminal Division: 102 S Main St, Louisburg, NC 27549. Tel: 919-497-4200).

Pay them a visit and ask to view criminal case dockets. For a certified docket, they will charge you $25.

Performing a background check using two broader online databases

To search the entire state, we recommend the following databases:

1) Using the search tool on ncarrestrecords.org, you will be able to track a person’s criminal history. You will be shown Franklin County arrest records, outstanding warrants, and court dockets. Results are accurate and up to date. Searchers’ anonymity is guaranteed.

2) The NC DPS maintains an online offender search allowing you to trace inmates in NC correctional facilities (including released inmates).