Lexington County, SC Arrest Warrants Search

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Before a Magistrate may issue an arrest warrant in South Carolina, he must consider the facts presented to him and determine that it is reasonable to believe that the defendant committed the crime.It is preferable for a law enforcement officer to have a warrant prior to making an arrest; however, there are some exceptions.For example, an officer may arrest a suspect for a felony if the officer has probable cause to believe the felony was committed by that person.On the other hand, an officer may only arrest a person on a misdemeanor charge IF the crime was committed in the officer's view.Searching for arrest records and outstanding warrants in Lexington County begins with the Magistrate Court.

Warrant searches in Lexington County, SC

If you know which office issued the arrest warrant, you may contact the Magistrate Court directly for information.However, if you do not know which office issued the warrant, try performing a search through the Lexington County Public Index. This online case information index provides the current status of civil and criminal cases pending in Lexington County.To search Magistrate Court files, choose the "Summary Court" option; however, for cases that have been referred you need to search the "Circuit Court" cases. For detailed case information or to obtain copies from court files, you should contact the Lexington County Clerk of Court.

The Warrant Division of the Lexington County Sheriff's Office can answer questions about active warrants.The Fugitive Unit works to arrest violent criminals, sex offenders and those who have not paid child support.You can also search for current inmates online by using the Inmate Search page.

Lexington County, SC crime rates

Lexington County had the lowest crime rate when compared to nine similar counties between 1999 and 2008.However, during that time the county experienced a 73% increase in crime rates (rates more than doubled between 2003 and 2004).The majority of crimes were theft related with only 55 murders occurring during the 10-year period.

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