Orangeburg County, SC Arrest Records and Warrants
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To conduct a warrant search in Orangeburg County, you should check both the Magistrate Court and the Circuit Court.In South Carolina, Magistrate Court judges issue arrest warrants based on probable cause.After reviewing a sworn complaint by a law enforcement officer or individual, the judge will determine if probable cause exists for a warrant.If so, he will sign the warrant and direct it to law enforcement officers for service.One the suspect has been apprehended, he will be brought before the Magistrate for a hearing.
Orangeburg County arrest records and warrants
Both the Magistrate Court and the Circuit Court for Orangeburg County make case information available to the public through the First Circuit Public Index.This case information website allows you to search by name to find active and closed cases throughout the county.To search Magistrate Court records, you need to choose the "Summary Court" option on the home page.If you need more details regarding a criminal case or an outstanding warrant, you should contact the Magistrate Court.If a case has been transferred to the Circuit Court, the Clerk of Court will be able to provide more details about the case.However, neither office can give you any legal advice about a case.
Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office
You can view a list of outstanding warrants for Orangeburg's Most Wanted fugitives on the Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office's website.For assistance with criminal history reports and information about arrest records, you should contact the Sheriff's Office directly and ask to speak with someone in the records or warrants division.There may be a fee for reports obtained through the Sheriff's Office.
Crime statistics for Orangeburg County, SC
Between 2001 and 2008, there were approximately 31,346 crimes committed in Orangeburg County with about 11% of those crimes being violent in nature.During that time, crime rates increased by almost 80% with the largest increase being in 2004 when crime rates more than tripled from the previous year.