Carter County OK Arrest Records and Warrants

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Before issuing an arrest warrant, a judge must find that probable cause exists to believe that the suspect in question committed the crime.Probable cause is established when an officer submits a sworn complaint or gives sworn testimony to a judge setting forth sufficient facts for the judge to conclude it is reasonable to believe the crime was committed.Probable cause is not proof of guilt but simply the standard that must be met before an active warrant is issued.To do a warrant search in Carter County, begin by contacting the department in charge of serving arrest warrants - - the Sheriff's Department.

Searching for arrest warrants in Carter County should include a stop at the Carter County Sheriff's Office.The Sheriff is charged with executing and serving arrest warrants; therefore, his office will have records of outstanding warrants.Furthermore, you can also get information about arrest records for prior arrests.While there is not an online search available, you can contact the Sheriff's Office at 580-223-6014 or in person at 100 South Washington, Ardmore, OK 73401.The Sheriff's website does offer online information about current inmates, unsolved mysteries and sex offenders.

A warrant search is not complete without a search of the court records for Carter County.You can search court records through the county Clerk of Court.The Clerk maintains records of all criminal cases filed in Carter County.According to the Clerk's website, you can search for court records online; however, there is a fee for this service and you must register.You can go in person to the Clerk of Court's office and search court records during normal business hours and only pay for copies.The office is located at #20 B Street SW, Second Floor in Ardmore, OK 73402.

Carter County, OK crime data

Carter County saw an increase in crimes over the 10 years from 1999 through 2008 of five percent.However, violent crimes rose over forty percent during that same period.There were approximately 21,000 crimes reported in Carter County, which averaged to a crime every four hours during that time.Of those crimes, almost one-half occurred less than one mile from the victim's residence.


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