Mineral County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Nevada Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Mineral County, NV arrest warrant searches can be done through the local police. The sheriff’s office plays an indispensible role throughout the criminal procedure initiated against an accused. Typically, their job starts at the point of arrests. Now, the defendant may be taken into custody with or without an arrest warrant, depending on the seriousness of the crime that he/she is involved in.

Let us take the instance of a criminal matter where the defendant is being accused of a felony. In this scenario, the law confers the liberty upon police officers to detain the accused on sight, without waiting for the court to issue an active warrant.

However, the sheriff’s department will mandatorily have to connect with the judiciary and seek the issue of a Mineral County outstanding warrant when the crime is a misdemeanor and it has not been witnessed by a police officer.

It is also not unusual for arrest warrants to be issued in seemingly trivial matters such as the nonpayment of traffic related fines or for the violation of civic ordinances. In fact, the bench is at liberty to issue warrants even when a civil litigant disobeys a court directive. All legal orders that call for the detention of an individual are sent to the police for execution.

So, the sheriff’s office is the right place to initiate an inquiry on mineral County arrest records and warrants. Of course, you could also get in touch with the local court or the county clerk’s office for the investigation. The addresses of these agencies have been listed ahead:

  • Law enforcement agency: 105 South A Street, Suite 4, Hawthorne, Nevada 89415
  • The county magistrate: 1st & A, Hawthorne, NV 89415
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 1447, Hawthorne, Nevada 89415

Mineral County, Nevada sees the occurrences of almost 60 crimes annually. Of the crime reports filed, about 20% are against violent acts such as murder, rape and assault. There has been a growth of almost 90% in this crime category. However, the maximum number of complaints are made against property related crimes.