Oglethorpe County, Georgia Warrants and Arrest Records
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When looking for information on Oglethorpe County, Georgia arrest records and active warrants, you will find that there are very few internet based resources. Although, it is possible to get details on sex offenders living in the area and convicts serving time in the prison system of the state through official websites, neither the police nor the judiciary allow for a warrant search through their sites.
So, if you want to find out about any Oglethorpe County, GA outstanding warrants issued in the name of your subject, the only option is to visit these agency offices in person or mail in a formal inquiry. The contact information of these government departments is:
- The police: Hwy 78, Lexington, Georgia 30648
- The judiciary: 115 Buddy Faust Rd, Lexington, GA 30648
- The clerk of court: P.O. Box 68, Lexington, Georgia 30648
Of these three agencies, the county clerk maintains the court dockets for the entire judicial circuitry. For you this means that you will be able to approach this agency for information on criminal as well as civil cases.
Similarly, while the police may not be able to offer details on civil matters except for any bench warrants sent to them for execution, you will be able to get a wealth of other information from law enforcement; this includes a most wanted list, crime statistics and more.
The office of the magistrate receives the original affidavit filed for the issue of arrest warrants in Oglethorpe County, Georgia. So, a representative of the law including the defense attorney will be able to gather details on police evidence collected in the case through this source. Also, the magistrate's court will have data on any other judicial processes issued against the person in question.
Every year 450 plus crimes occur in Oglethorpe County, Georgia; of these 10% are violent in nature. From 2007 to 2008, there has been a growth of approximately 18% in the rate of overall crime and a dismal reduction of about 5% in instances of violent crime.