Use These Guidelines to Search for Lenoir County Arrest Records

Finding Lenoir County arrest records might seem difficult at a first glance since there are no official inmate databases on the Internet. However, that does not mean you cannot conduct a successful search.

What you need to do is contact the sheriff’s Detention Division (252-559-6100 ext. 6196) and inquire about the detainee that interests you.

A statewide arrest inquiry

Lenoir County Arrest records will not be able to tell you if a person has been apprehended in another county in North Carolina. To check other jurisdictions across the state, use the online inmate locator maintained by the Department of Public Safety. Results present NC arrest records by showing current and past inmates statewide (including parolees).

Finding Lenoir County Warrants

To inquire about active warrants, you should do one of the following:

1) Turn to the sheriff’s Records Division (252-559-6100 ext. 6108).

2) Visit the office of the Magistrate and ask if they have issued a warrant against a particular suspect. For details, dial 252-520-5430.

Doing a criminal case search – tracking a person’s history of convictions

Lenoir County court records are needed to find out if an individual has ever stood trial and / or found guilty of a crime. You need to visit the Clerk of Superior Court (30 S Queen Street Kinston, North Carolina 28501 telephone: 252-520-5300) and then make a FOIA request.

It is not a complicated process and there is not much red tape involved. To learn more, read this e-book.

A recommended search tool

To learn how to do a thorough background check using each of NC counties’ open resources, we recommend visiting ncarrestrecords.org. Moreover, this website provides its users with an online tool enabling them to fully inquire about anyone’s criminal history.

Just insert a name and you will get a report containing Lenoir County arrest records, warrants, court dockets and any other background information (including police records) related to other counties in the state and the entire nation. Accuracy and confidentiality are promised.