Pittsburg County OK Arrest Records and Warrants

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An arrest warrant is the document that gives police the authority to detain you for a hearing.The arrest warrant does not prove guilt but only establishes that probable cause existed at the time the arrest warrant was issued.Even though a judge may have found it was reasonable to believe that a suspect committed the crime the officer alleged to get an arrest warrant, evidence must be presented at trial to prove that the suspect is guilty.The suspect will have the opportunity to question any witnesses and examine any evidence presented.If you want to find out if you or someone you know has an outstanding warrant, you can perform an a warrant search.

Searing for arrest warrants in Pittsburg County begins with searching for criminal cases through the courts.The Pittsburg County district court participates with On Demand Records for online case searches.However, this requires you to register and pay a fee for court searches.You can search court records and arrest warrants for free by going to the Court Clerk's office during normal business hours.The office is in the county courthouse located at 122 E. Carl Albert Parkway, McAlester, OK 74501 (telephone: 918-423-4859).There may be a fee if you want copies of court documents.

If you want to find outstanding warrants, you need to contact the Pittsburg County Sheriff's Office.The Sheriff's Office maintains information on active warrants and can provide arrest records for arrest warrants that have already been executed.You can contact the warrants division of the Sheriff's Office at 1210 N. West Street, McAlester, OK 74501 (telephone: 918-423-5858).

The Oklahoma DOC provides an Offender Inquiry that is available to the public online.It also provides a list of the states Most Wanted and a current list of escapees.

Pittsburg County, OK crime rates

Only 6% of the almost 13,000 crimes committed in Pittsburgh County from 1999 to 2008 were considered violent.The majority of crimes during this time were related to either theft or burglary.During this period, violent crimes rose by over ten percent while overall crime rates increased by over forty percent.

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