Lafayette County, Missouri Warrants and Arrest Records

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There are scores of places where a person could go in search of Lafayette County, Missouri arrest warrants. While most people would agree that criminal matters are best dealt with by the cops, a judicial order of this nature also involves the local tribunals. So, not only the office of the sheriff but also that of the magistrate can serve as a starting point for all warrant searches.

Cops have to approachthe court of the magistrate early on in the warrant issue process with an affidavit in hand which is used to apprise the judiciary of case related facts. The writ needs to provide a clear picture of the criminal incident and the involvement of the accused in it. If probable cause cannot be established through the use of this document, the warrant request may very well be thrown out.

The only leeway that the sheriff's office gets here is that they can request the court to hear out the witnesses before admitting or discarding the plea for Lafayette County active warrant. Once the warrant is released though, things get smoother for the deputies of the sheriff as they are given almost unhindered access to private and public properties to effect the arrest.

In fact, local police can also rally the support of peace officers from across the country by sending information about Lafayette County outstanding warrants to the FBI. The sheriff's department also garners the support of the community by making arrest records and warrants related information public. So, if you want to do a warrant search in Lafayette, you can go to:

  • The office of the sheriff: 10 S 11th Street, Lexington, Missouri 64067
  • The court of the magistrate: 116 S 10th St, Lexington, MO 64067
  • The department of the county clerk: 1001 Main Street, Room 206, Lexington, Missouri 64067

An estimated 750 criminal cases are reported in Lafayette County, MO every year. So, from 2001 to 2008, over 5500 criminal complaints were lodged with the sheriff's office. Through the nine years mentioned earlier, there was a drop of over 60% in the rate of violent crime but the overall criminal incident rate could not keep up with this decrease and went the other way to grow by nearly 20%.


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