Tyler County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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Contrary to popular perception, you just won’t be told randomly told that the subject was detained once or twice when you conduct an arrest warrant search in Tyler County, WV. What you can expect to get is a detailed report which clearly mentions the charges that led to such arrests, the way in which the matter was eventually handled by the court, the decision of the jury in the case and the role of the Corrections’ department in processing the adult offender in question.

In fact, whether you go to the office of the sheriff or a judicial department such as the county clerk’s office or the court of the magistrate, the crime history data that will be furnished will almost be standard. The background report will contain a clear explanation of every criminal case that the subject was involved in and how the case played out.

However, the sheriff’s office can also provide additional information which is not specific to your subject. For instance, you could ask the cops to furnish crime incident rates or simply check out the pictures and details on the most wanted criminals put up on the notice boards around the agency office.

The county clerk’s office can provide access to their court dockets repository, so through this agency you can get details on the civil cases initiated in the name of your subject. The office of the magistrate keeps a record of every judicial instrument issued by them including outstanding warrants. Hence, going to this agency would get you information on the active warrants from Tyler County in the name of this person along with the summons, subpoenas and the bench order for arrests against him

  • The sheriff’s: 121 Court St, Middlebourne, West Virginia 26149
  • The magistrate’s: County Courthouse, New Martinsville, WV 26155-0156
  • The county clerk’s: PO Box 66, Middlebourne, West Virginia 26149

Crime rates were just reported in 2003 and 2007 for Tyler County, West Virginia. In this period, the annual crime rate went from a total of 24 incidents including 2violent crime cases to just about 6 incidents reported per year.

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