Anderson County, SC Warrants and Arrest Records

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An officer may arrest someone in Anderson County without an arrest warrant if the crime is committed in his presence.Furthermore, he may arrest a suspect on a felony charge without a warrant if he has probable cause to believe the suspect committed the crime in question.However, it is preferred that an officer have an active warrant before making an arrest if possible.To obtain an arrest warrant, the officer must appear before a Magistrate and provide a sworn affidavit stating the facts to support that a crime has been committed and that the suspect in question committed the crime. To search for arrest records in Anderson County, begin with an online court records search.

Warrant searches in Anderson County

Criminal case information is available online through the Tenth Judicial Circuit Public Index.The online database has information on active and closed civil and criminal cases in Anderson County, including arrest warrants.To search Magistrate Court records, choose the "Summary Court" option and search by name or by date filed.Do not forget to search the Circuit court records because some warrants are transferred to this court.To get copies from court files, you must go to the Clerk of Court's Office for Anderson County.Copies of arrest warrants or arrest records should be requested from the Magistrate's Office that issued the warrant.

To obtain information about outstanding warrants, criminal background checks or the county's most wanted fugitives, contact the Criminal Records Division of the Anderson County Sheriff's Office. Office hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.You can also search for current inmates housed in the corrections system.

Crime statistics for Anderson County, SC

Between 1999 and 2008, crime rates increased in Anderson County by approximately seventy-six percent.The sharpest increase occurred between 2003 and 2004 when crimes almost quadrupled. Violent crimes increased by about the same rate as overall crime did during this time.


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