Having an arrest warrant may seem terrifying. Some people may want to know if they have active warrants pending for their arrest. If you suspect that a judge may have issued an arrest warrant in your name, you can perform a warrant search in Mayes County by contacting the Sheriff’s Department and searching through court records.
The Sheriff’s Department for Mayes County can help you find information on outstanding warrants and is your best resource for warrant searches since it executes arrest warrants for Mayes County. They can also assist the public with criminal history backgrounds and searches for arrest records. The Sheriff’s Office is located at 1 Court Place, Suite 150 in Pryor, OK 74361.
To ensure that you have found all criminal records for someone in Mayes County, you should search the court records since most criminal cases begin with arrest warrants. The Court Clerk’s Office can help you research court cases and assist you with obtaining copies of any court documents. The court participates with the “On Demand” court records search for Oklahoma. Unfortunately, this tool requires you to register with the website and pay a fee to search court records. If you go to the Clerk’s Office located at One Court Place, Suite 230, Pryor, OK 74631, the staff will be able to direct you on how to search the records in person, although they cannot give you any legal advice regarding arrest warrants, pending or closed criminal cases.
Is it possible to access Mayes County warrant list and arrest records over the phone? (Current as of 2021)
- Call Jail Bookings at (918) 825-6500 for information on recent arrests.
- Call the Sheriff’s Office at (918) 825-3535 for an arrest report or a police incident/accident report.
- Call the trial courts at (918) 825-6386 for information about arrest warrants.
- Call the District Attorney at (918) 527-6574 for victim’s assistance
- Call the Clerk of Court at (918) 825-2185 for judicial records.
Mayes County, OK crime statistics
In 2019, the Mayes Sheriff’s Department dealt with 365 criminal complaints, as opposed to the 328 cases registered in 2018. These included 327 non-violent crimes and 38 violent crimes.
The non-violent crimes category included 170 larceny thefts, 90 burglaries, and 67 motor vehicle thefts. Of the violent offenses, 25 were aggravated assaults, 12 were rapes, and 1 was a robbery.
Older crime statistics
During the 8-year period from 2001 through 2008, crimes in Mayes County increased by eight percent, with violent crimes rising by almost forty percent. There were approximately 6,500 crimes committed in Mayes County during this time, including 12 murders, 60 rapes, and more than 3,700 thefts. The greatest yearly crime rate was during 2004 when crimes numbered more than 1,000 for the year.