Macon County, Georgia Arrest Records and Warrants

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If you are searching for Macon County, Georgia arrest records, you won't have to look beyond three government agencies: the office of the sheriff, the court of the magistrate and the department of the clerk of court. All three state departments play varying roles in the issue and execution of arrest warrants along with maintenance of records pertaining to these detention decrees.

The sheriff's office

This is the government agency that requests the court to issue an active warrant against a person who is accused of committing a criminal act. While the police do have the authority to apprehend a suspect without a warrant, the circumstances in which this can be done are restrictive in nature.

For instance, to effect an arrest without a warrant, the police have to nab the criminal while he is in the process of committing the illicit act or take him into custody from the crime scene immediately after such an illegal act has been committed.

To get in touch with the sheriff's office for a Macon County, Georgia warrant search, go to 117 Crescent Street, Oglethorpe, Georgia 31068. You can also get information on the most wanted list for the area from this source

The court of the magistrate

This judicial department is in charge of issuing all active arrest orders, so it is only obvious that they will have information pertaining to all outstanding warrants from Macon, GA. In fact, the office of the magistrate can be contacted for details on all judicial instruments issued in a certain matter such as bench warrants, search orders, summons, etc. The court can be contacted by visiting 121 S Sumter St, Oglethorpe, GA 31068.

The county clerk' office

Also a part of the state's judicial makeup, the clerk of court is in charge of maintaining trial records. These are known as the court dockets and they are prepared for all civil and criminal matters. So, the county clerk can be approached for information on criminal cases as well as civil litigations. To contact this agency for an inquiry on Macon County, Georgia arrest warrants, go to Sumter Street, Oglethrope, Georgia 3106.

Despite a decrease of over 60% in the averages of overall, crime, no less than 250 criminal complaints are filed in Macon County, Georgia every year. Of this cumulative figure, at least 20% of the incidents are violent criminal acts.


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