Miami County, Indiana Warrants and Arrest Records

Indiana Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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When an active warrant is issued in Miami County, Indiana, you can be very sure that the matter is very serious since the police can only seek arrest warrants when they have substantial proof against the accused. In fact, the judiciary is elected as an impartial state entity that carefully studies the matter and the evidence available before a warrant is granted.

Unlike other judicial instruments such as bench warrants and search orders, etc, an active arrest order stays valid perpetually. Also, it can be executed at anytime and anywhere. So, it becomes imperative to deliberate on the case before such an arrest decree is granted. The police start the process of warrant issue by submitting an affidavit.

This is the used as the basis for the pre warrant hearing. During such proceedings, the court has the job of determining if there is any merit in the charges that the police seek to bring against the alleged offender. The establishment of probable cause paves the way for the issue of the signed warrant.

Such an order not only lists the specifics about the accused who has to be apprehended but also a copy of the police petition is attached to it, so that the person who has to be arrested is notified of the charges against him. The police have the original active or outstanding warrants from Miami County and records pertaining to these orders in the soft copy.

In fact, after the person in question is detained, the police include the arrest records in their crime database. The public is allowed to initiate a warrant search in Miami through a state department or use the services of an online information vendor. As far as using a government source for the information goes, you can approach:

  • The police: 1104 West 200 North, Peru, IN 46970.
  • The clerk of court: 25 N. Broadway Room 208, Peru, IN 46970
  • The magistrate: Same as above

In 2012, almost 20 incidents of violent crime were reported in Miami County, Indiana. In contrast, the incident rate of property crimes was higher with 60 occurrences. In the, violent crimes category, aggravated assault took the lead with over 19 incidents while there was only one complaint of homicide.

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