Aiken County SC Warrants and Arrest Records

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In South Carolina, arrest warrants are issued by the Magistrate Court, which is also known by the name Summary Court.These judges hear or take written oaths by individuals and law enforcement officers stating facts to support that a crime as been committed.If the Magistrate finds that there is probable cause to believe that a specific individual committed a crime, he will issue a warrant for arrest.The warrant is then given to law enforcement officers for service on the defendant.There are several sources to search for active arrest warrants in Aiken County.

Warrant searches and arrest records in Aiken County

If you know which Magistrate Court issued an arrest warrant, contacting that specific court is the best way to get information about active warrants.However, because there are several Magistrate Courts in Aiken County, you may need to begin searching court records online first to find which court issued the original warrant.Aiken County is in the Second Judicial Circuit in South Carolina.The SC Judicial System has an online public where you can get information about current and closed criminal cases.You can narrow your search by case type and by action type to filter out civil cases to only search for warrants.If you need copies of court records, you must contact the Aiken County Clerk of Court to request copies.

Another source for searching outstanding warrants is the Aiken County Sheriff's Office.The Sheriff's Office is charged with serving warrants; therefore, it maintains arrest records for those warrants.In addition to information about warrants, you can view a list of the most wanted fugitives and get information about criminal history reports.

Crime in Aiken County, SC

Aiken County ranked in the bottom third for crime rates when compared to nine other counties.During this 8-year period from 2001 through 2008, there were approximately 35,840 crimes committed in Aiken County.Overall crime rates increased by about 81% with violent crimes increasing slightly more (85%).

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