Marlboro County SC Warrants and Arrest Records

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In South Carolina, before an arrest warrant can be issued, probable cause must be established.To fulfill the probable cause requirement, an officer will "swear out a warrant" before a Magistrate Court judge by presenting a sworn complaint or testimony under oath stating the facts of the crime.If the judge decides, after hearing the facts, that a reasonable person would believe that a crime was committed and that the suspect in question committed the crime he will issue an active warrant.Once the warrant has been issued, it will be directed to all law enforcement officers for service and execution.

Warrant searches and arrest records in Marlboro County

To find outstanding warrants, you can contact the Marlboro County Sheriff's Office in Bennettsville, SC at 843-479-5605.However, the Sheriff's Office will not be able to answer any questions over the telephone but they will be able to direct you how to request a criminal history report or a list of outstanding warrants against a specific individual.You may also be able to obtain information about the county's Most Wanted fugitives and information about current inmates within Marlboro County.
In order to perform a thorough warrant search, you should also look for active criminal court cases.The easiest way to search court records in Marlboro County is by accessing the Public Index system for the Fourth Judicial Circuit.This online case information system allows the public to search for open and closed cases that have been filed in Marlboro County.If you find a specific case and need more information, you may contact the Marlboro County Clerk of Court or the one of the Magistrate Courts that serve the county.

Marlboro County, SC crime rates

Crime rates rose in Marlboro County by approximately forty-eight percent during the years between 1999 and 2008.Information about specific crimes during that time shows that the majority of crimes committed were related to theft or burglary with only 26 murders and 69 rapes being reported.Of the almost 10,700 crimes reported during this time only around twenty percent were thought to be violent.
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