Fayette County Warrants and Arrest Records Search
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An arrest warrant search from Fayette County, WV will get you information on the issue of all orders for detention issued against the subject in the area. Through such an inquiry, you will also be able to look at the arrest records in the name of this person, details on the cases and charges filed, convictions and information on the serving of a prison term.
The police will usually respond back with a flurry of information that is entirely crime related. After all, it is the sheriff's office that is held in charge of arrests, investigations, making requests for active warrants, detaining the accused and presenting him before the court. In other words, all crime and criminal related tasks are handled by the police, so it is understandable why they would have so much data on such matters.
The magistrate's court will also provide details on the issue of Fayette County arrest warrants and the detentions which occurred under the provisions of such orders along with warrantless arrests. Because this agency enjoys the authority to issue all legal provisions, you can also find information on other judicial instruments like bench warrants, summons, subpoenas and more from the magistrate's office.
Finally, on the list of state sources to visit for information on outstanding warrants is the department of the county clerk. This is the government agency that prepares the court dockets and stores them in a repository. So, it is possible to find details on the issue of active warrants and arrest records as well as civil cases from the office of the clerk of court. These justice departments work out of:
- The Police: PO Box 509, Fayetteville, West Virginia 25840
- The court: 100 N Court St, Fayetteville, WV 25840
- The clerk of court: PO Box 569, Fayetteville, West Virginia 25840
In the last couple of years, there has been a distinct spurt in the criminal incident rates of Fayette County, West Virginia. Both n and reported crime have shown a growth, the former rose by over 70% while the latter clocked in an increase of almost 60%. Every year, from 2001 onwards, approximately 350 criminal cases were filed in the area.