If you believe that there is an arrest warrant in your name, you should immediately contact an attorney. To find out if an arrest warrant is outstanding for you in Okmulgee County, you can perform a warrant search by checking with two offices: the Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Office and the Okmulgee County District Court. Both offices handle arrest warrants during the judicial process and are excellent sources for finding arrest warrants in Okmulgee County.
Warrant searches for Okmulgee County should begin with the office charged with executing outstanding warrants – – the county Sheriff’s Office. The office is located at 315 West 8th Street, Suite 102 in Okmulgee, OK 74447 (telephone: 918-756-4311). The Sheriff’s Office has arrest records for all arrest warrants that have been served, in addition to information on active warrants that are in the process of being executed. Be careful of appearing in person to search for an arrest warrant on yourself, as you can be arrested if it is determined you have an outstanding warrant.
In addition to searching for arrest warrants through the Sheriff’s Office, you should also search for open and closed criminal cases through the court system. The District Court Clerk’s Office can direct individuals on how to search for court records for cases and arrest warrants. There are two locations for the District Court in Okmulgee County:314 West 7th Street in Okmulgee, OK 74447 (telephone: 918-756-3042) and 115 South 4th Street in Henryetta, OK 74437 (telephone: 918-652-7142). You should search the records of both offices to make sure that you discover all criminal records for an individual.
Okmulgee County, OK crime data
Crimes rates rose in Okmulgee County by 26% during the years between 1999 and 2008. Violent crimes rose by almost 40% during that same time. Of the nearly 9,500 crimes reported in Okmulgee County, most were related to theft or burglary, with only 17 murders and 85 rapes being reported during this period. Violent crimes averaged to be about just over 10% of the overall crime rate for this period.