Henry County, Missouri Arrest Records and Warrants
Please fill in the form below to begin your Missouri criminal records search
If you are looking for recent Henry County, Missouri arrest warrants, try the website of the agency which lists the most wanted criminals at http://www.hcsomo.com/most_wanted.html. On here, you will find information on criminal with more than one active warrant to their name and those who are being accused of serious felonies. However, there is no recourse on the website for a name based warrant search.
For this, you will have to contact the agency office in person at the address listed below. A formal inquiry request will have to be filed which will often be responded to immediately. So, a few minutes of your time is all it will take to find out if the subject has an outstanding warrant from Henry County to his name.
There are also other agencies that you can connect with when looking for information on arrest records and warrants, these include:
- The sheriff: 220 S Washington, Clinton, Missouri 64735
- The magistrate: 100 W Franklin St, Clinton, MO 64735
- The clerk of court: 100 West Franklin Street, Clinton, Missouri 64735
Of these three, the office of the magistrate is the issuing authority for all legal orders including arrest directives issued in criminal cases, bench warrants, search orders and others. The county clerk's department will be able to get civil and criminal case information for you because they have all the court dockets for the area.
If the idea of looking for warrants details online appeals to you more, use the form available on top of this webpage. Filling it will get you access to a third party database of criminal records not just from Henry County but also the rest of the state and the country.
With an estimated 700 crimes transpiring in the area, Henry County, MO can be seen at the middle of the crime range of the state. As far as violent crime goes, only about 5% of these cases can be clubbed into this category. However, in recent years, there has been a growth of almost 100% in both reported and violent crimes which can drastically alter the current law and order situation.