Lyon County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Nevada Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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For a Lyon County arrest warrant search, you will need to pay a small fee whether you go through the state agencies or online establishments. This amount goes towards paying the staff that is appointed for rendering such service and for printed reports. However, since a lot of people would just like to find details on any NV active warrants in the name of their subject without needing a formal report, the county clerk’s office offers a provision to look for arrest records and outstanding warrantsfrom Lyon on your own.

For this, you will have to drive down to the office of the clerk of court. Do not forget to take a government ID along. This will have to be shown before you are allowed to use one of the public service terminals operated by the department. These computers will give you access to the court dockets database maintained by the agency.

Because the clerk of court keeps the records for the civil and the criminal tribunals in the area, you will find extensive information from this repository. In contrast, when you go to the sheriff’s department, you won’t get details on any civil cases started by or against the subject but you can get details on every criminal matter and all arrests that he was ever associated with.

If this person is a criminal on the run, you can even check to see if his name has been included in the most wanted list. Another branch of the judiciary that keeps information on arrest records from Lyon County along with any active warrants issued in the area is the office of the magistrate. To get in touch with these state departments, write to or drive down to:

  • The Police: 30 Nevin Way, Yerington, Nevada 89447
  • The court: 31 S Main St, Yerington, NV 89447
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 927, Yerington, Nevada 89447

Of the over 600 criminal incidents recorded in Lyon County, Nevada per annum, almost 60 cases are lodged against violent criminal acts. Although the local police only receive 3 complaints every two days, this scenario may change for the worse given the near doubling of criminal incident rates in recent years.