An arrest warrant, also known as an active warrant, is the vehicle by which a law enforcement officer takes a suspect into custody until he can be brought before a judge for a hearing. If you believe that you or someone you know may have an outstanding warrant, you may want to search court records and contact the police department so that you can try to take care of the matter before you are apprehended. If you do have an outstanding warrant, you should contact an attorney to help you navigate the criminal justice system in Grady County.
The easiest way to do a warrant search in Grady County is to access the Grady County Criminal Justice website. Through this website, you can search for outstanding warrants, Sheriff Sales, and jail logs. If you need copies of arrest records, you must request those from the Sheriff’s Office located at 218 North 3rd Street in Chickasha, OK 73018. The office is not permitted to give out information by telephone on a specific arrest warrant.
You will also want to search for criminal court cases through the District Court for Grady County. This will provide you with information about current criminal charges pending within the county and arrest warrants that the court has issued. Contact the Clerk of Court’s Office at 4th & Choctaw Street in Chickasha, OK 73023. The staff cannot give legal advice, but they can assist with case searches and copies of court records.
For a list of the State’s most wanted fugitives and the arrest warrants issued for their arrest, visit the Department of Corrections’ website. The site also has a list of escapees.
Who should you be calling for details about Grady County warrants and recent arrests? (Updated in 2021)
- Inquiries about recent arrests: (405) 222-1000.
- Inquiries about arrest warrants: (405) 224-5314.
- Inquiries about court records: (405) 224-7446.
- Inquiries about victim/witness services: (405) 224-4770.
Grady County, OK crime data
In 2019, the Grady Sheriff’s Department received 345 criminal complaints, compared to 435 in 2018. There were 321 property offenses and 24 crimes against people.
Approximately 180 larceny thefts, 86 burglaries, and 58 motor vehicle thefts were recorded as property offenses. Around 20 aggravated assaults, 4 rapes, and 1 robbery were among the recorded violent offenses.
Older crime statistics
Between 1999 and 2008, about 14,000 crimes were reported in Grady County. That averaged to approximately one crime every six hours during that time. Of those crimes, almost one-half happened less than one mile from home. During the 10-year period, crimes increased within the county by almost 20 percent, while violent crimes fell by about two percent.