Lincoln County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

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To get an arrest warrant search in Lincoln County, WI done, you will need to approach the records division of the local sheriff’s office. Although the court services division handles the task of petitioning the local tribunals for active warrants, this branch of the local law enforcement office does not deal with civilian applicants seeking information on active warrants and arrests.

The flow of detention directives into the justice system and their eventual execution follows a strict set of judicial guidelines. The cops petition a court in the area, with powers to handle criminal complaints, for all Lincoln County active warrants. The magistrate is in charge of determining if the police have enough evidence to reasonably conclude that the accused may have had any involvement in the crime.

Once probable cause is established, the sitting judge orders that the alleged offender be taken into custody and brought before the bench. A written order is released to this effect, which is handed over to the sheriff’s office for serving. As soon as an active warrant is served, cops send the arrest records to the magistrate’s office and the county clerk’s department by returning the original directive.

This entire process is handled by the court services division of the sheriff’s office. So, to seek information on Lincoln County outstanding warrants and arrests, you can connect with any of the state departments mentioned below, or to get the inquiry conducted through a private agency, fill the form above.

  • Law enforcement: County Safety Building, 1104 East First Street, Merrill, Wisconsin 54452
  • Judiciary: 1110 E Main St, Merrill, WI 54452
  • County clerk: As above

Of the 650 odd criminal incident reports that are lodged in Lincoln County, Wisconsin, only about 30 cases are filed in matters that are of a violent nature. In terms of specific crime types, theft has the highest occurrence frequency at nearly 470 cases per annum.

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