Laclede County, Missouri Arrest Records and Warrants

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An active warrant from Laclede County, Missouri spells imminent arrest for the person in whose name it has been issued. Unlike other judicial instruments available to the local courts, arrest warrants do not expire nor are they bound by geographical limitations. This means that an active warrant can be served at any time regardless of where the alleged perpetrator is found.

Laclede County arrest warrants are issued by local tribunals with criminal jurisdiction; however, they are executed by law enforcement officials. Although there is no statute which prescribes the amount of time within which a warrant ought to be served, it is a given that such an order has to be executed at the earliest available opportunity.

In order to facilitate the detention of the accused, police are granted very specific powers when they have an outstanding warrant in their hand. For instance, peace officers can barge into any home or office to effect the arrest of a person who has a warrant in his name.

Once detained, information about the custody is kept by the sheriff's office in the Laclede County arrest records and the original warrant is sent back to the office of the magistrate who signed the order. This is done to ensure that the judiciary is also kept in the loop about the detention of the accused. So, if you are keen on conducting a warrant search, you can head to:

  • The office of the sheriff: 240 N Adams, Lebanon, Missouri 65536
  • The court of the magistrate: 200 N Adams Ave, Lebanon, MO 65536
  • The department of the county clerk: As given above

Laclede County, MO police receive almost 500 criminal complaints every year of which nearly 12% are reports of violent crime. From 2002 to 2008, there has been a steady increase in the rates of criminal cases which burgeoned by almost 60%. However, the worst year in terms of crime was 2004 when incident rates peaked to their highest at over 720 instances.


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