How to Find Lincoln County Warrants and How to Carry Out an Arrest Search
The best place to look for information on Lincoln County warrants is the Magistrate office. They are located at Court Sq. Lincolnton, North Carolina 28092 (phone number: 704-742-7819). You may also arrive at the sheriff office (700 John Howell Memorial Drive, Lincolnton, NC 2802, phone no. 704-732-9050) and ask if a particular person appears in their wanted list.
Conducting an arrest search
The sheriff’s P2C webpage displays Lincoln County jail roster which reveals inmates currently held in the local detention facility. You can also see people recently apprehended by the police. If you want to expand your investigation beyond Lincoln County arrest records, refer to the offender search tool maintained by the NC DPS. You can use it to locate inmates statewide.
Tracking a person’s history of convictions
In order to find out if the one you are checking has a criminal record as a result of being convicted of a crime, you have to access Lincoln County court records. That can be done at the office of the Clerk of Court. Pay them a visit and request a background check. They demand a fee of $25 for a certified docket. North Carolina Public Records Law promises you access to file held by the authorities. For further reading refer to the online guide published by the NC Attorney General.
Using an advanced background check tool
ncarrestrecords.org operates a state-of-the-art online search tool which allows you to check a person’s criminal history. Type a name and in less than a minute you will get a detailed report showing Lincoln County warrants, jail records, police records, court dockets and other relevant data that may indicate whether the subject of your inquiry has unresolved issues with the law. Search results encompass the whole state (and other states if you wish a broader inquiry). Accuracy is guaranteed. Your searches are also secure and anonymous. We make sure prices are affordable.
Summary: how are arrest warrants issued?
Lincoln County warrants are issued by the court upon police demand. They become legally valid only after a judge signs them based on a probable cause which justifies an arrest. Once released, they become outstanding until the suspect is taken into custody.